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Reverse transcriptase activity in lymphocytes from buffaloes

Reverse transcriptase activity in lymphocytes from buffaloes

Indian Journal of Comparative Microbiology, Immunology and Infectious Diseases 4(2): 65-67

Endogenous reverse transcriptase activity was 945.3 counts per minute/mg protein in cytoplasmic fraction and 6.5 CPM/mg in the nuclear fraction of peripheral lymphocytes of one healthy buffalo.

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