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a hairless mutant laboratory-bred mouse having an immune system deficiency and able to accept grafts of foreign tissue.
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Noun1.nude mouse - a mouse with a genetic defect that prevents them from growing hair and also prevents them from immunologically rejecting human cells and tissues; widely used in preclinical trials
mouse - any of numerous small rodents typically resembling diminutive rats having pointed snouts and small ears on elongated bodies with slender usually hairless tails
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Methods: Human NSCLC H460 (K-ras mutation) or H1975 cells (EGFR T790M mutation) were subcutaneously inoculated into nude mice.
Transfection of the nmrHAS2 gene into human tumor cells did not suppress the growth of human tumors in nude mice and suggests that HA in the naked mole rat may have different functions than in human cancer, where HA accumulation promotes tumor growth.
Our findings warrant further investigation with a larger cohort of nude mice or possibly human subjects.
5 mumol per animal for 21 days, SFN suppressed the growth of human PC-3 prostate cancer cells by 40% in male nude mice.
Previous studies have showed that laminar flow cabinet in common laboratory animal facility can provide a local SPF condition and can be successfully used to breed nude mice (Li et al.
Female nude mice bearing human breast cancer xenografts of MCF7 (wild type p53) or MDA-MB-468 (mutant p53) cells, were randomly divided into treatment groups and control group (10-15 mice/group).
Subcutaneous inoculation of arsenic-transformed HBECs (As-transformed HBECs) produced undifferentiated lung epithelial cellderived xenograft tumors in Nu-Nu nude mice (Wang et al.
Finally, in vivo, overexpression of FoxM1 promoted growth of CRC-cell line xenograft tumors in nude mice.
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Researchers demonstrated the in vivo action of mushroom chemicals using nude mice injected with breast cancer or prostate cancer cells.