Phagocytosis of Candida albicans Enhances Malignant Behavior of Murine Tumor Cells
Murine tumor cells were induced to phagocytize either Candida albicans or group A streptococcal cells. The presence of microbial particles within the tumor cell cytoplasm had no effect on in vitro tumor cell growth. However, when Candida albicans-infected tumor cells were injected into syngeneic mic...
|Published in:||Science, Vol. 238, No. 4833 (1987), p. 1573-1575|
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