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Removal of 3'-OH-terminal nucleotides from blunt-ended long terminal repeat termini by the avian retrovirus integration protein.
In Vivo Retroviral Integration: Fidelity to Size of the Host DNA Duplication Might Be Reduced When Integration Occurs near Sequences Homologous to LTR Ends
Identification of three sequence-specific DNA-binding proteins which interact with the Rous sarcoma virus enhancer and upstream promoter elements.
Improvement of avian leukosis virus (ALV)-based retrovirus vectors by using different cis-acting sequences from ALVs.
Upstream regulatory domain of avian tumor virus long terminal repeat is required for the expression of a procaryotic neomycin gene in eucaryotic cells.
Inhibition of the Rous Sarcoma Virus Long Terminal Repeat-Driven Transcription by in Vitro Methylation: Different Sensitivity in Permissive Chicken Cells versus Mammalian Cells
Long terminal repeat (LTR) sequences, env , and a region near the 5' LTR influence the pathogenic potential of recombinants between Rous-associated virus types 0 and 1.
Nucleotide sequence of the long terminal repeat of the avian retrovirus RAV-1: Evolution of avian retroviruses.
Base-Pair Substitutions in Avian Sarcoma Virus U5 and U3 Long Terminal Repeat Sequences Alter the Process of DNA Integration In Vitro
Avian Endogenous Retrovirus EAV-HP Shares Regions of Identity with Avian Leukosis Virus Subgroup J and the Avian Retrotransposon ART-CH
Secondary structure of the R region of a murine leukemia virus is important for stimulation of long terminal repeat-driven gene expression
Insertion of tandem direct repeats consisting of avian leukosis virus LTR sequences into the inverted repeat region of Marek's disease virus type 1 DNA
Cloning of Rous sarcoma virus enhancer factor genes. I. Evidence that RSV-EF-I is related to Y-box (inverted CCAAT) binding proteins and binds to multiple motifs in RSV enhancer