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Transforming genes of avian (v-fps) and mammalian (v-fes) retroviruses correspond to a common cellular locus.
Transforming viruses spontaneously arise from nontransforming reticuloendotheliosis virus strain T-derived viruses as a results of increased accumulation of spliced viral RNA.
Enhancement of transforming potential of human insulinlike growth factor 1 receptor by N-terminal truncation and fusion to avian sarcoma virus UR2 gag sequence.
Purified polyoma virus medium T antigen has tyrosine-specific protein kinase activity but no significant phosphatidylinositol kinase activity.
pp60 super(c-src) has less affinity for the detergent-insoluble cellular matrix than do pp60 super(v-src) and other viral protein-tyrosine kinases.
Specific Interaction of the Rous Sarcoma Virus Transforming Protein, pp60 super(src), With Two Cellular Proteins.
Transforming proteins of Fujinami and PRCII avian sarcoma viruses have different subcellular locations.
Antigenic and structural studies on the transforming proteins of Rous sarcoma virus and Yamaguchi 73 avian sarcoma virus.
Avian Sarcoma Virus UR2 Encodes a Transforming Protein Which is Associated With a Unique Protein Kinase Activity.
Transformation-defective mutant of avian myeloblastosis virus that is temperature sensitive for production of transforming protein p45 super(v-myb).
Transforming protein of avian reticuloendotheliosis virus is a soluble cytoplasmic protein which is associated with a protein kinase activity.