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Transforming genes of avian (v-fps) and mammalian (v-fes) retroviruses correspond to a common cellular locus.
Cytocidal effect caused by the envelope glycoprotein of a newly isolated avian hemangioma-inducing retrovirus.
Unique sequences in the env gene of avian hemangioma retrovirus are responsible for cytotoxicity and endothelial cell perturbation.
CArG, CCAAT, and CCAAT-like protein binding sites in avian retrovirus long terminal repeat enhancers.
Replication of endogenous avian retrovirus in permissive and nonpermissive chicken embryo fibroblasts.
Genome organization of a biologically active molecular clone of the lymphoproliferative disease virus of turkeys
Categories: Publication; Types: Citation; Tags: Biochemistry Abstracts 2: Nucleic Acids; Virology & AIDS Abs, DNA, LTR, N 14740 Miscellaneous; V 22031 Viral nucleic acids, binding,
Processing of avian retroviral gag polyprotein precursors is blocked by a mutation at the NC-PR cleavage site.
Secretion of enzymatically active human renin from mammalian cells using an avian retroviral vector.