Mouse and rat cells undergo rapidly inducible changes in polypeptide secretion following infection with Kirsten murine sarcoma virus.

Abstract

Characteristic changes in the secreted polypeptides of Kirsten murine sarcoma virus (KiMSV) transformed mouse and rat cell lines could be detected 48 hours after infection of phenotypically normal cells with this virus and correlated with detection of the KiMSV encoded polypeptide p21.

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@article{Cook1987MouseAR, title={Mouse and rat cells undergo rapidly inducible changes in polypeptide secretion following infection with Kirsten murine sarcoma virus.}, author={Rosalind F Cook and Steven J. Gardner and Roger J Avery}, journal={Biochemistry international}, year={1987}, volume={14 6}, pages={1133-41} }