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Thus the C3H, A and dba strains have a high incidence, the C57 Black and the / strains have a low incidence, of spontaneous mammary tumors. Similarly, mice of the A strain have a high incidence, those of the dba strain have a low incidence, of spontaneous pulmonary tumors. The segregation of genetic characters through long inbreeding thus resulted in strains of mice with different susceptibility toward various forms of cancer. As a result of the evidence pointing to analogous strain differences in susceptibility toward sarcomas induced by the polycyclic hydrocarbons, the question arose as to whether there was any relation between the incidence of spontaneous and of induced tumors.
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Biochemistry of Cancer by Jesse P. Greenstein (Auth.)