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Antigenic comparison of bovine type C virus with murine and feline leukemia viruses

Antigenic comparison of bovine type C virus with murine and feline leukemia viruses

Cancer Research 32(9): 1871-1877

Results of both immunofluorescence and immunodiffusion studies indicate that the type C virus of the NBC-cell lines is an indigenous bovine virus which is antigenically unrelated to the known mammalian type C viruses.

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