Natural Defense and Chemical Carcinogenesis
It is becoming increasingly clear that chemical, physical, and biologic carcinogens are immunosuppressive. Most of the available information on the immunosuppressive activity of oncogenic agents concerns adaptive immunity . Recent studies have indicated that exposure of laboratory animals to various carcinogenic insults affected also certain expressions of innate, natural immunity such as natural killer (NK) activity (for review see ).
KeywordsCorn Depression Agar Carbohydrate Lymphoma
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