Sequences near the 5' long terminal repeat of avian leukosis viruses determine the ability to induce osteopetrosis.
Functional and defective components of avian endogenous virus long terminal repeat enhancer sequences.
Transcriptional interaction between retroviral long terminal repeats (LTRs): Mechanism of 5' LTR suppression and 3' LTR promoter activation of c-myc in avian B-cell lymphomas.
CArG, CCAAT, and CCAAT-like protein binding sites in avian retrovirus long terminal repeat enhancers.
Nucleotide sequence of noncoding regions in Rous-associated virus-2: Comparisons delineate conserved regions important in replication and oncogenesis.
Identification of sequences in the long terminal repeat of avian sarcoma virus required for efficient transcription.
Tissue-specific lability and expression of avian leukosis virus long terminal repeat enhancer-binding proteins.
Identification of EFIV, a stable factor present in many avian cell types that transactivates sequences in the 5' portion of the Rous sarcoma virus long terminal repeat enhancer
Molecular cloning and characterization of gag-, pol- , and env -related gene sequences in the ev super(-) chicken.
Methylation of the enhancer region of avian sarcoma virus long terminal repeat suppresses transcription.
Transformation of myelomonocytic cells by the avian myeloblastosis virus is determined by the v-myb oncogene, not by the unique long terminal repeats of the virus
Transcriptional interference in avian retroviruses: Implications for the promoter insertion model of leukaemogenesis.
Molecular Indications for In Vivo Integration of the Avian Leukosis Virus, Subgroup J-long Terminal Repeat into the Marek's Disease Virus in Experimentally Dually-Infected Chickens