Thyroid xenografts from patients with Graves' disease in severe combined immunodeficient mice and

Mukuta, Toshio; Arreaza, Guillermo
February 1997
Clinical & Investigative Medicine;Feb97, Vol. 20 Issue 1, p5
Academic Journal
Compares human thyroid xenografts from patients with Graves' disease in severe combined immunodeficient mice and triple immunodeficient NIH-beige-nude-xid (NIH-3) mice to obtain an improved animal model for studying these xenografts. Detection of thyroid-stimulating antibody; Detection of human immunoglobulin; Experimental protocols.


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