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Retroviral insertional mutagenesis of a herpesvirus: A Marek's disease virus mutant attenuated for oncogenicity but not for immunosuppression or in vivo replication
DNase Protection Analysis of Retrovirus Integrase at the Viral DNA Ends for Full-Site Integration In Vitro
Production of Transgenic Quails with High Frequency of Germ-Line Transmission Using VSV-G Pseudotyped Retroviral Vector
Proteolytic processing of particle-associated retroviral polyproteins by homologous and heterologous viral proteinases
Distinct and different effects of the oncogenes v-myc and v-src on avian sympathetic neurons: Retroviral transfer of v-myc stimulates neuronal proliferation whereas v-src transfer enhances neuronal differentiation.
TVA-Single-Chain Antibody Fusion Protein Mediates Specific Targeting of a Subgroup A Avian Leukosis Virus Vector to Cells Expressing a Tumor-Specific Form of Epidermal Growth Factor Receptor
In situ expression of helper-free avian leukosis virus (ALV)-based retrovirus vectors in early chick embryos
RRR- alpha -tocopheryl succinate inhibits DNA synthesis and enhances the production and secretion of biologically active transforming growth factor- beta by avian retrovirus-transformed lymphoid cells
Enhanced pancreatic tumor regression by a combination of adenovirus and retrovirus-mediated delivery of the herpes simplex virus thymidine kinase gene
Adaptation of Chimeric Retroviruses In Vitro and In Vivo: Isolation of Avian Retroviral Vectors with Extended Host Range
Distribution of mouse mammary tumor virus-related sequences does not correlate with the taxonomic position of their hosts.
Molecular cloning of a recombinant retrovirus carrying a mutated env super(AKR)-myc super(MH2) fusion gene immortalizing cells of the monocytic-macrophage lineage
Avian retroviral integration protein cleaves the terminal sequences of linear viral DNA at the in vivo sites of integration
Mutations within the 5' half of the avian retrovirus MC29 v-myc gene alter or abolish transformation of chicken embryo fibroblasts and macrophages.