Comparative Aspects of Tumor Development by H. E. Kaiser (auth.), Hans E. Kaiser (eds.)

By H. E. Kaiser (auth.), Hans E. Kaiser (eds.)

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Histocytologic preparation shows stage I involvement with one cell present in 100 x field. C. Clam POM-840705-26 has a very early neoplasm. One sarcoma cell is visible in the typhlosole region. The hemolymph preparation (D) is a stage 2lesion. One cell is visible in a 200 x field ofview. E. Clam TIM-850615-26 has an intermediate neoplastic lesion. Nests of sareoma eells can be seen in the typhlosole region. F. Shows the stage 3 hemolymph preparation with a number ofneoplastic cells evident in the 400 x field.

Academic Press, New York, pp. 427-449, 1982 Tempe J, Petit A: Opine utilization by Agrobacterium. In: Molecular Biology of Plant Tumors. Kahl G, Schell JS, eds. Academic Press, New York, pp. 451-459, 1982 Tempe J, Petit A, Holsters M, Van Montagu M, Schell J: Thermosensitive step associated with transfer of the Ti plasmid during conjugation: Possible relation to transformation in crown-gall. Proe Natl Aead Sci USA 74:2848-2849, 1977 Thomashow LS, Reeves S, Thomashow MF: Crown-gall on- 3: Neoplastic progression in plants 85.

These could be explained as early spontaneous cases. The appearance of stage 3, 4 and 5 cases in injected c1ams c1early demonstrates massive increases in numbers of neoplastic cells. The results of this experiment strongly suggest that the sarcomas were transferred by transplantation of cells rather than by virus transmission because of the shortness of the incubation period, the high prevalence attained in this short period of time, and their first appearance as relatively advanced lesions (14/20 were stage 3 or higher in It months).

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