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However, since cDNAs for the various cytokines were first cloned and expressed it has become obvious that few are specific to one target cell and fewer still are unique in function. , induction of proliferation, on another cell target. , that of inhibiting the growth of tumor cells, was unlikely to correspond to an endogenous response by the body to reject tumor cells. More likely the effect on tumor cells reflected some function on normal cells. The subject of this review, the leukemia inhibitory factor (LIF), exemplifies many features of cytokine biology.
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