Medical Definition of Tumour-specific transplantation antigens

1. Surface antigen's of DNA tumour virus-transformed cells, which elicit an immune rejection of the virus-free cells when transplanted into an animal that has been immunised against the specific cell-transforming virus. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tumour-specific Transplantation Antigens

tumorigeneses
tumorigenesis
tumorigenic
tumorigenicities
tumorigenicity
tumorless
tumorlike
tumorogenesis
tumorogenic
tumorous
tumors
tumorsphere
tumour
tumour-infiltrating lymphocyte
tumour-specific transplantation antigens (current term)
tumour angiogenesis factor
tumour angiogenic factor
tumour antigens
tumour burden
tumour cell
tumour debulking
tumour embolism
tumour escape
tumour initiation
tumour lysis syndrome
tumour marker
tumour necrosis factor
tumour necrosis factor-beta
tumour progression

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