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Transformation by the v-sis oncogene appears to require an interaction of its protein product, p28v-sis, with the receptor for the platelet-derived growth factor (PDGF). However, this interaction may not occur at the cell surface as predicted by the autocrine hypothesis because phenotypic transformation was not reversed by incubation of SSV-NRK cells with(More)
To effectively respond to viral infections, mammals rely on the innate and adaptive immune systems. Additionally, host cellular responses, such as apoptosis also play a vital role in the host defense mechanisms. To accomplish a successful replicative strategy in vivo, animal viruses have evolved a variety of molecular mechanisms that interfere with host(More)
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