Multinucleated cells formed in vitro from Paget's bone marrow express viral antigens.


Paget's disease of bone is characterized by large numbers of osteoclasts that have viral-like nuclear and/or cytoplasmic inclusions. Pagetic osteoclasts express respiratory syncytial viral (RSV) and measles viral (MV) nucleocapsid antigens. The data suggest a possible viral etiology for Paget's disease. However, studies to characterize further the putative… (More)


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