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1974). , 1974b) still permits growth of transformed cells to a higher density than normal cells. , 1974a). Chou et at. (1974b), using somewhat different assay conditions, have found that non transformed 3T3 cells cause as much fibrinolysis as do SV40-transformed cells while actively growing, but production by the non transformed cells decreases at confluence. For those morphological traits which do seem to require activation of plasminogen, the substrate on which plasmin acts is not known. Transformation-dependent fibrinolysis not dependent on serum plasmin has also been found (Chen and Buchanan, 1975).
TSTA are capable of eliciting humoral or cellular tumorspecific immune responses in autochthonous or syngeneic hosts. , 1972). Other surface antigens appear after transformation and these may represent derepressed host antigens (in some cases embryonic antigens) or virus-coded surface antigens that are not part of the tumor virus's antigenic structure (Black, 1968). This latter property has been demonstrated immunologically by the lack of effect of antiviral antibodies on tumor growth or direct complement-mediated cytotoxicity.
The derivatized proteins can then be isolated by affinity chromatography with insolubilized antibody against the trinitrophenyl moiety. Stein and Berestecky (1975) have developed an arginine-specific label. Viral transformation of cultured fibroblasts particularly decreases the amount of high molecular weight membrane glycoprotein(s). Transformation of hamster NIL cells substantially reduces the labeling of a glycoprotein of molecular weight about 250,000 daltons ("250 K") with lactoperoxidase (Hynes, 1973) or galactose oxidase-B 3 H 4 (Critchley, 1974; Gahmberg and Hakomori, 1973a).
Biology of Tumors: Surfaces, Immunology, and Comparative Pathology by James C. Robbins, Garth L. Nicolson (auth.), Frederick F. Becker (eds.)