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Cellular Resistance to Human Uveal Melanoma: An In Vitro Study

Cellular Resistance to Human Uveal Melanoma: An In Vitro Study Abstract This is a study of the effect of autologous lymphocytes on human malignant uveal melanoma in cell culture. Morphological changes and counts of surviving tumor cells were the criteria of damage. No significant quantitative or qualitative difference could be found between tests and controls up to 48 days after tumor removal. References 1. Everson, T.C., and Cole, W.H.: Spontaneous Regression of Cancer , Philadelphia: W. B. Saunders Co., 1966. 2. Reese, A.B.: Tumors of the Eye , ed 2, New York: Harper and Row, Publishers, Inc., 1963. 3. Newton, F.H.: Malignant Melanoma of Choroid: Report of a Case With Clinical History of 36 Years and Follow Up of 32 Years , Arch Ophthal 73:198-199 ( (Feb) ) 1965.Crossref 4. Howard, G.M., and Spalter, H.F.: Study of Autoimmune Serologic Reactions to Ocular Melanoma , Arch Ophthal 76:399-402 ( (Sept) ) 1966.Crossref 5. Old, L.J., and Boyse, E.A.: Immunology of Experimental Tumors , Ann Rev Med 15:167-186, 1964.Crossref 6. Klein, G., et al: Demonstration of Resistance Against Methyl-Cholanthrene: Induced Sarcomas in the Primary Autochthonous Host , Cancer Res 20:1561-1572, 1960. 7. Old, L.J., et al: Antigenic Properties of Chemically-Induced Tumors , Ann NY Acad Sci 101:80-106, 1962.Crossref 8. Mikulska, Z.B.; Smith, C.; and Alexander, P.: Evidence for an Immunological Reaction of the Host Directed Against Its Own Actively Growing Primary Tumor , J Nat Cancer Inst 36:29-35, 1966. 9. Pilch, Y.H., and Riggins, R.S.: Antibodies to Spontaneous and Methyl-Cholanthrene-Induced Tumors in Inbred Mice , Cancer Res 26:871-875, 1966. 10. Bubenik, J.; Ivanyi, J.; and Koldovsky, P.: Participation of 7S and 19S Antibodies in Enhancement and Resistance to Methylcholanthrene-Induced Tumors , Folia Biol 11:426-433, 1965. 11. Klein, E., and Klein, G.: Antigenic Properties of Lymphomas Induced by the Moloney Agent , J Nat Cancer Inst 32:547-569, 1964. 12. Black, M.M., and Speer, F.D.: Immunology of Cancer , Int Abstr Surg in Surg Gynec Obstet 109:105-116 ( (Aug) ) 1959. 13. Nairn, R.C., et al: Production of a Precipitin Against Renal Cancer , Brit Med J 5347:1702-1704, 1963.Crossref 14. Tee, D.E.H.; Wang, M.; and Watkins, J.: Antigenic Properties of Human Tumors: "Tumor-Specific" Antigens , Europ J Cancer 1:315-327, 1965.Crossref 15. Hughes, L.E., and Lytton, B.: Antigenic Properties of Human Tumors: Delayed Cutaneous Hypersensitivity Reactions , Brit Med J 5377:209-212, 1964.Crossref 16. Hughes, L.E., and Mackay, W.D.: Suppression of the Tuberculin Response in Malignant Disease , Brit Med J 5474:1346-1348, 1965.Crossref 17. Southam, C.M.; Moore, A.E.; and Rhoads, C.P.: Homotransplantation of Human Cell Lines , Science 125:158-160, 1957.Crossref 18. Rosenau, W., and Morton, D.L.: Tumor-Specific Inhibition of Growth of Methylcholanthrene-Induced Sarcomas in Vivo and in Vitro by Sensitized Isologous Lymphoid Cells , J Nat Cancer Inst 36:825-836, 1966. 19. Hanks, J.H., and Wallace, R.E.: Relation of Oxygen and Temperature in the Preservation of Tissues by Refrigeration , Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 71:196-200, 1949.Crossref 20. Eagle, H.: Amino Acid Metabolism in Mammalian Cell Cultures , Science 130:432-437, 1959.Crossref 21. Morgan, J.F.; Morton, H.J.; and Parker, R.C.: Nutrition of Animal Cells in Tissue Culture: I. Initial Studies on a Synthetic Medium , Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 73:1-8, 1950.Crossref 22. Paul, J.: Cell and Tissue Culture , ed 3, London: E. & S. Livingstone, Ltd., 1965. 23. Bach, F., and Hirschhorn, K.: Lymphocyte Interaction: A Potential Histocompatibility Test in Vitro , Science 143:813-824, 1964.Crossref 24. Riddle, P.R., and Berenbaum, M.C.: Post Operative Depression of the Lymphocyte Response to Phytohaemagglutinin , Lancet 1:746-748, 1967.Crossref 25. Burnet, F.M.: Immunological Aspects of Cancer , Lancet 1:1171-1174, 1967.Crossref http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Archives of Ophthalmology American Medical Association

Cellular Resistance to Human Uveal Melanoma: An In Vitro Study

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Abstract

Abstract This is a study of the effect of autologous lymphocytes on human malignant uveal melanoma in cell culture. Morphological changes and counts of surviving tumor cells were the criteria of damage. No significant quantitative or qualitative difference could be found between tests and controls up to 48 days after tumor removal. References 1. Everson, T.C., and Cole, W.H.: Spontaneous Regression of Cancer , Philadelphia: W. B. Saunders Co., 1966. 2. Reese, A.B.: Tumors of the Eye , ed 2, New York: Harper and Row, Publishers, Inc., 1963. 3. Newton, F.H.: Malignant Melanoma of Choroid: Report of a Case With Clinical History of 36 Years and Follow Up of 32 Years , Arch Ophthal 73:198-199 ( (Feb) ) 1965.Crossref 4. Howard, G.M., and Spalter, H.F.: Study of Autoimmune Serologic Reactions to Ocular Melanoma , Arch Ophthal 76:399-402 ( (Sept) ) 1966.Crossref 5. Old, L.J., and Boyse, E.A.: Immunology of Experimental Tumors , Ann Rev Med 15:167-186, 1964.Crossref 6. Klein, G., et al: Demonstration of Resistance Against Methyl-Cholanthrene: Induced Sarcomas in the Primary Autochthonous Host , Cancer Res 20:1561-1572, 1960. 7. Old, L.J., et al: Antigenic Properties of Chemically-Induced Tumors , Ann NY Acad Sci 101:80-106, 1962.Crossref 8. Mikulska, Z.B.; Smith, C.; and Alexander, P.: Evidence for an Immunological Reaction of the Host Directed Against Its Own Actively Growing Primary Tumor , J Nat Cancer Inst 36:29-35, 1966. 9. Pilch, Y.H., and Riggins, R.S.: Antibodies to Spontaneous and Methyl-Cholanthrene-Induced Tumors in Inbred Mice , Cancer Res 26:871-875, 1966. 10. Bubenik, J.; Ivanyi, J.; and Koldovsky, P.: Participation of 7S and 19S Antibodies in Enhancement and Resistance to Methylcholanthrene-Induced Tumors , Folia Biol 11:426-433, 1965. 11. Klein, E., and Klein, G.: Antigenic Properties of Lymphomas Induced by the Moloney Agent , J Nat Cancer Inst 32:547-569, 1964. 12. Black, M.M., and Speer, F.D.: Immunology of Cancer , Int Abstr Surg in Surg Gynec Obstet 109:105-116 ( (Aug) ) 1959. 13. Nairn, R.C., et al: Production of a Precipitin Against Renal Cancer , Brit Med J 5347:1702-1704, 1963.Crossref 14. Tee, D.E.H.; Wang, M.; and Watkins, J.: Antigenic Properties of Human Tumors: "Tumor-Specific" Antigens , Europ J Cancer 1:315-327, 1965.Crossref 15. Hughes, L.E., and Lytton, B.: Antigenic Properties of Human Tumors: Delayed Cutaneous Hypersensitivity Reactions , Brit Med J 5377:209-212, 1964.Crossref 16. Hughes, L.E., and Mackay, W.D.: Suppression of the Tuberculin Response in Malignant Disease , Brit Med J 5474:1346-1348, 1965.Crossref 17. Southam, C.M.; Moore, A.E.; and Rhoads, C.P.: Homotransplantation of Human Cell Lines , Science 125:158-160, 1957.Crossref 18. Rosenau, W., and Morton, D.L.: Tumor-Specific Inhibition of Growth of Methylcholanthrene-Induced Sarcomas in Vivo and in Vitro by Sensitized Isologous Lymphoid Cells , J Nat Cancer Inst 36:825-836, 1966. 19. Hanks, J.H., and Wallace, R.E.: Relation of Oxygen and Temperature in the Preservation of Tissues by Refrigeration , Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 71:196-200, 1949.Crossref 20. Eagle, H.: Amino Acid Metabolism in Mammalian Cell Cultures , Science 130:432-437, 1959.Crossref 21. Morgan, J.F.; Morton, H.J.; and Parker, R.C.: Nutrition of Animal Cells in Tissue Culture: I. Initial Studies on a Synthetic Medium , Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 73:1-8, 1950.Crossref 22. Paul, J.: Cell and Tissue Culture , ed 3, London: E. & S. Livingstone, Ltd., 1965. 23. Bach, F., and Hirschhorn, K.: Lymphocyte Interaction: A Potential Histocompatibility Test in Vitro , Science 143:813-824, 1964.Crossref 24. Riddle, P.R., and Berenbaum, M.C.: Post Operative Depression of the Lymphocyte Response to Phytohaemagglutinin , Lancet 1:746-748, 1967.Crossref 25. Burnet, F.M.: Immunological Aspects of Cancer , Lancet 1:1171-1174, 1967.Crossref

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Archives of OphthalmologyAmerican Medical Association

Published: Jun 1, 1968

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