Herpesvirus saimiri strains from three DNA subgroups have different oncogenic potentials in New Zealand white rabbits.

@article{Medveczky1989HerpesvirusSS,
  title={Herpesvirus saimiri strains from three DNA subgroups have different oncogenic potentials in New Zealand white rabbits.},
  author={Maria M. Medveczky and E Szomol{\'a}nyi and R M Hesselton and D DeGrand and Peter Geck and Peter G. Medveczky},
  journal={Journal of virology},
  year={1989},
  volume={63 9},
  pages={3601-11}
}
Herpesvirus saimiri is a primate tumor virus that induces acute T-cell lymphomas in New World monkeys. Strains of this virus have been previously classified into three groups on the basis of extreme DNA variability of the rightmost region of unique L-DNA. To compare the oncogenic potentials of various strains, we inoculated New Zealand White rabbits with viruses representing groups A, B, and C of herpesvirus saimiri. The results showed that a group C strain were highly oncogenic in New Zealand… CONTINUE READING

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