Murine sarcoma and leukemia viruses: assay using clonal lines of contact-inhibited mouse cells.

@article{Jainchill1969MurineSA,
  title={Murine sarcoma and leukemia viruses: assay using clonal lines of contact-inhibited mouse cells.},
  author={J L Jainchill and Stuart A. Aaronson and George J. Todaro},
  journal={Journal of virology},
  year={1969},
  volume={4 5},
  pages={549-53}
}
A continuous cell line of highly contact-inhibited cells (NIH/3T3) has been developed from NIH Swiss mouse embryo cultures. Its growth properties are similar to those of 3T3 and BALB/3T3. Although 3T3 is relatively insensitive to focus formation by murine sarcoma viruses, cloned lines of both NIH/3T3 and BALB/3T3 have been isolated that are highly sensitive to sarcoma virus focus formation and leukemia virus growth. The sensitivity and specificity are comparable to those found with primary… CONTINUE READING

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