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Insertional inactivation of a fowlpox virus homologue of the vaccinia virus F12L gene inhibits the release of enveloped virions.
Defective insertion of haemagglutinin as a cause of abortivity of influenza A viruses in HeLa 229 cells
Insertion of several different DNAs in reticuloendotheliosis virus strain T suppresses transformation by reducing the amount of subgenomic mRNA.
Replication-competent retrovirus vectors for the transfer and expression of gene cassettes in avian cells.
Detection of the Ongoing Sorting of Ancestrally Polymorphic SINEs Toward Fixation or Loss in Populations of Two Species of Charr During Speciation
cis-acting intron mutations that affect the efficiency of avian retroviral RNA splicing: Implication for mechanisms of control.
Coordinated proto-oncogene expression characterizes MCF 247 murine leukemia virus-induced T-cell lymphomas irrespectively of proviral insertion affecting myc loci.
Kinetics of deoxyribonucleotide insertion and extension at abasic template lesions in different sequence contexts using HIV-1 reverse transcriptase
Dynamics of dominance of a dipeptide insertion in reverse transcriptase of HIV-1 from patients subjected to prolonged therapy
Genetic evidence that the avian retrovirus DNA endonuclease domain of pol is necessary for viral integration.
Avian retroviral vectors derived from avian defective leukemia virus: Role of the translational context of the inserted gene on efficiency of the vectors.
Biology of ets: Studies of the leukemogenic and mitogenic properties of v-ets using murine retroviral vectors.
In-frame insertion into the sindbis virus 6K gene leads to defective proteolytic processing of the virus glycoproteins, a trans-dominant negative inhibition of normal virus formation, and interference in virus shut off of host-cell protein synthesis.
Proviral deletions and oncogene base-substitutions in insertionally mutagenized c-myc alleles may contribute to the progression of avian bursal tumors.
Genetic engineering to improve resistance to viral diseases of poultry: A model for application to livestock improvement.