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5' avian leukosis virus sequences and osteopetrotic potential.

Robinson HL, Foster RG, Blais BP, Reinsch SS, Newstein M, Shank PR.

Virology. 1992 Oct;190(2):866-71.

PMID:
1325711
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Sequences in the gag-pol-5'env region of avian leukosis viruses confer the ability to induce osteopetrosis.

Shank PR, Schatz PJ, Jensen LM, Tsichlis PN, Coffin JM, Robinson HL.

Virology. 1985 Aug;145(1):94-104.

PMID:
2409672
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Influence of avian leukosis viral sequences on transmission to the egg and embryo.

Brown DW, Robinson HL.

Virology. 1989 Mar;169(1):222-6.

PMID:
2538032
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Nucleotide sequence comparison of the 3' regions of avian retroviruses NY203 and NTRE-2.

Leamnson RN, Shank PR.

Virology. 1986 May;151(1):139-45.

PMID:
3008429
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Persistent viral DNA synthesis associated with an avian osteopetrosis-inducing virus.

Aurigemma RE, Comstock RD, Smith RE.

Virology. 1989 Aug;171(2):626-9.

PMID:
2548335
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Generation of a helper cell line for packaging avian leukosis virus-based vectors.

Savatier P, Bagnis C, Thoraval P, Poncet D, Belakebi M, Mallet F, Legras C, Cosset FL, Thomas JL, Chebloune Y, et al.

J Virol. 1989 Feb;63(2):513-22.

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Rapid induction of osteopetrosis by subgroup E recombinant viruses.

Morgan JH, Smith RE.

Virology. 1983 Sep;129(2):493-500.

PMID:
6312686
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Unique sequences in the env gene of avian hemangioma retrovirus are responsible for cytotoxicity and endothelial cell perturbation.

Burstein H, Resnick-Roguel N, Hamburger J, Arad G, Malkinson M, Kotler M.

Virology. 1990 Nov;179(1):512-6.

PMID:
2171223

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