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Restrictions that influence avian leukosis virus-induced lymphoid leukosis

Restrictions that influence avian leukosis virus-induced lymphoid leukosis

Current Topics in Microbiology and Immunology 132: 215-220

Elevated expression of the "c-myc" gene is critical for the development of lymphoma induced by avian oncovirus, but additional genetic changes, including genetic restrictions, are required for development of malignant cells.

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