Soft shell clams Mya arenaria with disseminated neoplasia demonstrate reverse transcriptase activity.

@article{House1998SoftSC,
  title={Soft shell clams Mya arenaria with disseminated neoplasia demonstrate reverse transcriptase activity.},
  author={Marcia L. House and Carol H. Kim and Paul W Reno},
  journal={Diseases of aquatic organisms},
  year={1998},
  volume={34 3},
  pages={187-92}
}
Disseminated neoplasia (DN), a proliferative cell disorder of the circulatory system of bivalves, was first reported in oysters in 1969. Since that time, the disease has been determined to be transmissible through water-borne exposure, but the etiological agent has not been unequivocally identified. In order to determine if a viral agent, possibly a… CONTINUE READING