The preferential cytotoxicity of reovirus for certain transformed cell lines

@article{Hashiro1977ThePC,
  title={The preferential cytotoxicity of reovirus for certain transformed cell lines},
  author={Glenn M. Hashiro and Philip C. Loh and Jenny T. Yau},
  journal={Archives of Virology},
  year={1977},
  volume={54},
  pages={307-315}
}
The susceptibility of a variety of cell lines of different mammalian origin to cytotoxic (CT) induction by either ultraviolet light-irradiated reovirus type 2 (UVR2) or viable reovirus type 2 plus the protein synthesis inhibitor, cycloheximide, was examined. The following groups of cells were found to be susceptible to CT-induction: certain tumor cells and spontaneously transformed cell lines of human origin and certain virally and spontaneously transformed cell lines of murine origin. The… CONTINUE READING
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