Independence of Moloney virus-induced cell-surface antigen and membrane-associated virion antigens in immunoselected lymphoma sublines

@article{Feny1976IndependenceOM,
  title={Independence of Moloney virus-induced cell-surface antigen and membrane-associated virion antigens in immunoselected lymphoma sublines},
  author={Eva M{\'a}ria Feny{\"o} and George Klein},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1976},
  volume={260},
  pages={355-357}
}
THE nature of virus-determined cell-surface antigens (CSAs), recognised by the syngeneic host on neoplastic cells induced by RNA viruses has not been properly defined in spite of much recent speculation about the possible role of cell membrane associated virion proteins1. Lymphoma cells induced by the Moloney leukaemia virus (MLV) are said to carry MCSAs. It is a matter of some debate whether MCSA is identical with the tumour-associated transplantation antigen (TATA) detected in vivo by the… CONTINUE READING

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