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Jaagsiekte Sheep Retrovirus Proviral Clone JSRVJS7, Derived from the JS7 Lung Tumor Cell Line, Induces Ovine Pulmonary Carcinoma and Is Integrated into the Surfactant Protein A Gene
ABSTRACT Ovine pulmonary carcinoma (OPC) is a contagious neoplasm of alveolar epithelial type II (ATII) or Clara cells caused by a type D/B chimeric retrovirus, jaagsiekte sheep retrovirus (JSRV).Expand
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The jaagsiekte sheep retrovirus envelope gene induces transformation of the avian fibroblast cell line DF-1 but does not require a conserved SH2 binding domain.
Ovine pulmonary adenocarcinoma, caused by jaagsiekte sheep retrovirus (JSRV), is a naturally occurring retrovirus-induced pulmonary neoplasm of sheep. We report here that expression of the JSRV envExpand
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Hemodynamic response to submaximal exercise after dehydration and rehydration in high school wrestlers.
Cardiac output (Q), heart rate (HR), stoke volume (SV), and arteriovenous oxygen difference (AVD) were measured in 16 high school wrestlers during submaximal work (65%Vo2 Max) at normal weight (T1),Expand
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Thoracic duct cyst: diagnosis with needle aspiration.
A case of an asymptomatic posterior mediastinal thoracic duct cyst diagnosed with fluoroscopically guided needle aspiration is reported. Previously, the diagnosis of thoracic duct cyst wasExpand
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Hemodynamic consequences of circuit weight training.
Abstract Sixty-six young men ( age = 18.2 yr) volunteered to participate in a 12-wk program of intensive circuit weight training. The training program met 3 day/wk, 27 min/session. Heart rates duringExpand
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Colostral transmission of maedi visna virus: sites of viral entry in lambs born from experimentally infected ewes.
Maedi visna virus (MVV) vertical transmission in sheep via infected colostrums is a very important route of infection in lambs. To verify colostral transmission and to study early viral entry inExpand
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The effect of feeding on evaporative heat loss and body temperature in Zebu and Jersey heifers.
Some physiological responses to moderate (70–80°F dry bulb and 60–70° wet bulb) ante-room and high (103° dry bulb and 83° wet bulb) hot room temperatures by two Jersey and two Zebu heifers underExpand
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A comparative study of the temporal patterns of cutaneous water vapour loss from some domesticated mammals with epitrichial sweat glands.
Abstract 1. 1. The temporal patterns of cutaneous water vapour loss from the skin of the sheep, goat, ox, horse, donkey and llama during exposure to 40°C Ta and during i.v. injections and infusionsExpand
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