Acutely transforming avian leukosis virus subgroup J strain 966: defective genome encodes a 72-kilodalton Gag-Myc fusion protein.

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Avian leukosis virus subgroup J (ALV-J), the most recent member of the avian retroviruses, is predominantly associated with myeloid leukosis in meat-type chickens. We have previously demonstrated that the acutely transforming virus strain 966, isolated from an ALV-J-induced tumor, transformed peripheral blood monocyte and bone marrow cells in vitro and… (More)

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@article{Chesters2001AcutelyTA, title={Acutely transforming avian leukosis virus subgroup J strain 966: defective genome encodes a 72-kilodalton Gag-Myc fusion protein.}, author={Peter M Chesters and Ken Howes and Jaymi McKay and Lawrence N. Payne and Kala Venugopal}, journal={Journal of virology}, year={2001}, volume={75 9}, pages={4219-25} }