Harding-Passey melanoma

Har·ding-Pas·sey mel·a·no·ma

(har'ding pas'ē),
a melanin-forming tumor that arose spontaneously in a non-inbred mouse, and that is transplantable to mice of many strains but does not ordinarily metastasize.

Harding,

Harold E., 20th century English pathologist.
Harding-Passey melanoma - a melanin-forming tumor that is transplantable to mice of many strains.

Passey,

R.D., 20th century English pathologist.
Harding-Passey melanoma - see under Harding
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