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A human Epstein-Barr virus (EBV)-positive lymphoblastoid B cell line, named BA-D10-4, produces a factor of a molecular mass less than 10 kDa that promotes cell proliferation of both BA-D10-4 cells and other human T or B lymphoid cell lines, either EBV-positive or -negative. The factor synergizes with higher molecular mass autocrine growth factors and makes(More)
Analysis of the growth requirements of Epstein-Barr virus (EBV)-transformed B lymphocytes shows that interleukin 1 and thioredoxin, a disulfide reducing enzyme, are able to induce a marked increase in DNA synthesis in the early phases of in vitro culture. By contrast, interleukin 6 induces a steady increase in DNA synthesis comparable to that observed with(More)
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