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4. An abundant number of tumor cells proliferating in a lymph node that is almost wholly occupied by tumor cells. 44 Fig. 5. High magnification of a lymph node in which virusinfected xenogenized tumor cells grow well. Ai**:'"- . ·■:*, \ Λ Fig. 6. The lymph node, however, begins to shrink, and tumor cells disappear gradually. 45 Fig. 7. Finally, the normal structure of the lymph node ap pears again. No perceptible signs exist that there was tumor metastasis in the lymph node. Fig. 8. A new antigen appearing on the cell surface as indi cated by granules of immunoferritin.
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