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Deletions Within the Transformation-Specific RNA Sequences of Acute Leukemia Virus MC29 Give Rise to Partially Transformation-Defective Mutants.
Recovered avian myelocytomatosis virus that induces lymphomas in chickens: Pathogenic properties and their molecular basis.
Cloning and characterization of different human sequences related to the onc gene (v-myc) of avian myelocytomatosis virus (MC29).
Nucleotide sequence analysis of human c-myc locus, chicken homologue, and myelocytomatosis virus MC29 transforming gene reveals a highly conserved gene product.
Human and mouse cellular myc protooncogenes reside on chromosomes involved in numerical and structural aberrations in cancer.
Analysis of gag-myc proteins of partially transformation-defective mutants of avian myelocytomatosis virus strain MC29 by in vitro cleavage with protease p15: Indication for the presence of the specific cleavage site for p15 in the myc domain of fusion proteins.
MC29 deletion mutants which fail to transform chicken macrophages are competent for transformation of quail macrophages.
Human cytomegalovirus (strain AD169) contains sequences related to the avian retrovirus oncogene v-myc .
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.
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.
Isolation and Characterization of c-myc , a Cellular Homolog of the Oncogene (v-Myc ) of Avian Myelocytomatosis Virus Strain 29.