Temperature-sensitive mutants of avian erythroblastosis virus: Surface expression of the erbB product correlates with transformation.
Activation of c-erbB in avian leukosis virus-induced erythroblastosis leads to the expression of a truncated EGF receptor kinase.
Myeloblasts Transformed by the Avian Acute Leukemia Virus E26 are Hormone-Dependent for Growth and for the Expression of a Putative myb -Containing Protein, P135 E26.
Temperature-sensitive mutants of MH2 avian leukemia virus that map in the v-mil and the v-myc oncogene respectively.
Single amino acid substitution in v-erbB confers a thermolabile phenotype to ts167 avian erythroblastosis virus-transformed erythroid cells.
Abnormal glycosylation of the env-sea oncogene product inhibits its proteolytic cleavage and blocks its transforming ability.
Single point mutation in erbA restores the erythroid transforming potential of a mutant avian erythroblastosis virus (AEV) defective in both erbA and erbB oncogenes.
Tranformation of both erythroid and myeloid cells by E26, an avian leukemia virus that contains the MYB gene.
Effects of inhibitors of glycoprotein processing on the synthesis and biological activity of the erb B oncogene.
Expression of v-rel in a replication competent virus: Transformation and biochemical characterization.
Temperature-Sensitive Changes in the Structure of Globin Chromatin in Lines of Red Cell Precursors Transformed by ts-AEV.
Rous-associated virus 1-induced erythroleukemic cells exhibit a weakly transformed phenotype in vitro and release c-erbB -containing retroviruses unable to transform fibroblasts.