PMID: 7087042Jun 1, 1982Paper

BCG induced murine peritoneal exudate cells: cytotoxic activity against a syngeneic bladder tumor cell line

The Journal of Urology
A S Pang, A Morales

Abstract

Peritoneal exudate cells from mice after intraperitoneal injection of 10 mg. of BCG demonstrated cytolytic activity in vitro against the syngeneic bladder tumor cell line MBT-2. The cytolytic effector cells are nonadherent, nonphagocytic and trypsin resistant. Moreover these cells are cyclophosphamide and hydrocortisone sensitive. It is suggested that an NK-like cell constitutes the major, if not all the population of effector cells in this reaction.

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Cyclophosphamide, (S)-Isomer
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Hydrocortisone, (9 beta,10 alpha,11 alpha)-Isomer
Natural Killer Cells
Macrophage
Mice, Inbred C3H

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