Three distinct envelope domains, variably present in subgroup B feline leukemia virus recombinants, mediate Pit1 and Pit2 receptor recognition.

@article{Boomer1997ThreeDE,
  title={Three distinct envelope domains, variably present in subgroup B feline leukemia virus recombinants, mediate Pit1 and Pit2 receptor recognition.},
  author={Simeon E. Boomer and Martin Eiden and Cara Burns and Julie Overbaugh},
  journal={Journal of virology},
  year={1997},
  volume={71 11},
  pages={
          8116-23
        }
}
Subgroup B feline leukemia viruses (FeLV-Bs) evolve from subgroup A FeLV (FeLV-A) by recombining with portions of endogenous FeLV envelope sequences in the cat genome. The replication properties of FeLV-B are distinct from those of FeLV-A; FeLV-B infects many nonfeline cell lines and recognizes the human Pit1 (HuPit1) receptor, whereas FeLV-A infects primarily feline cells, using a distinct but as yet undefined receptor. Here, we demonstrate that some FeLV-Bs can also use human Pit2 (HuPit2… CONTINUE READING

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