Search for possible routes of vertical and horizontal transmission of adult T-cell leukemia virus.

@article{Nakano1984SearchFP,
  title={Search for possible routes of vertical and horizontal transmission of adult T-cell leukemia virus.},
  author={Syoichi Nakano and Yoshiya Ando and Motohiko Ichijo and Ikuko Moriyama and Sachiko Saito and Kazuo Sugamura and Yorio Hinuma},
  journal={Gan},
  year={1984},
  volume={75 12},
  pages={
          1044-5
        }
}
Adult T-cell leukemia virus associated antigen (ATLA) was detected in peripheral mononuclear cells from 29 of 35 anti-ATLA-positive mothers, but was not detected in cells from any of the neonates. Cells from breast milk of all of 12 anti-ATLA-positive mothers and semen from one of three anti-ATLA positive men were ATLA-positive. 

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