Growth Inhibition of Re-Challenge B16 Melanoma Transplant by Conjugates of Melanogenesis Substrate and Magnetite Nanoparticles as the Basis for Developing Melanoma-Targeted Chemo-Thermo-Immunotherapy
Histopathology and immunohistochemistry of a re-challenge tumor. (a) A low-power view of a re-challenge tumor with HE staining (). (b) A high-power view (). Monocytic infiltrates are seen around a necrotic lesion. (c) CD T cells (). (d) CDT cells (). Almost equal numbers of CD and CD T cells are observed.
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