Filters: Tags: V 22050 Viral genetics including virus reactivation; V 22113 (X)32 results (185ms)
Molecular Cloning of the Avian Myelocytomatosis Virus Genome and Recovery of Infectious Virus by Transfection of Chicken Cells.
Temperature-sensitive mutants of avian erythroblastosis virus: Surface expression of the erbB product correlates with transformation.
Activation and transduction of c-mil sequences in chicken neuroretina cells induced to proliferate by infection with avian lymphomatosis virus.
Mouse c-myc oncogene is located on chromosome 15 and translocated to chromosome 12 in plasmacytomas.
Molecular characterization of three erbB transducing viruses generated during avian leukosis virus-induced erythroleukemia: Extensive internal deletion near the kinase domain activates the fibrosarcoma- and hemangioma-inducing potentials of erbB .
Differences in sequences encoding the carboxyl-terminal domain of the epidermal growth factor receptor correlate with differences in the disease potential of viral erbB genes.
Isolation and Biochemical Characterization of Partially Transformation-Defective Mutants of Avian Myelocytomatosis Virus Strain MC29: Localization of the Mutation to the myc Domain of the 110,000-Dalton gag-myc Polyprotein.
Generation and characterization of a recombinant Moloney murine leukemia virus containing the v-myc oncogene of avian MC29 virus: In vitro transformation and in vivo pathogenesis.
Avian Myeloblastosis Virus Transforming Gene Is Related to Unique Chicken DNA Regions Separated by at Least One Intervening Sequence.
Mapping by in vitro constructs of the P100 super(gag-mil) region, accounting for induction of chicken neuroretina cell proliferation.
Structural Relationship Between a Normal Chicken DNA Locus and the Transforming Gene of the Avian Acute Leukemia Virus MC29.