Morphological observations of dysplastic gliomas heterotransplanted to experimental animals
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Observations concerning transplantation of 5 cases of malignant dysplastic gliomas to the anterior chamber of the guinea-pig eye have been presented. This type of gliomas, composed mainly of cytoplasm-abundant cells, show weak transplantability, slow rate of growth, and particular tendency to degeneration and necrosis. At the same time, in subsequent passages, an intensive proliferation of small-cell component occurs, comparing with cytoplasm-abundant cells.
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