Immunization against a rat colon carcinoma by sodium butyrate-treated cells but not by interleukin 2-secreting cells.
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Nov 01, 1995
Interleukin 2-secreting cells efficiently vaccinated animals when injected while replicating but not after irradiation. Conversely, sodium butyrate pretreatment provided a simple and efficient vaccination scheme that generated a long-term immune memory and allowed the use of irradiated cells.
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