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Differing transactivation processes in two cell lines producing bovine leukosis virus



Differing transactivation processes in two cell lines producing bovine leukosis virus



Archiv fur Experimentelle Veterinarmedizin 44(2): 329-339



Propagation of bovine leukosis virus in cell line FLK/BLV 44 (Van den Maaten & Miller 1976) and the subline FLK/BLV 44-4 was studied by enzyme immunoassay, using monoclonal antibodies against viral antigens gp51 and p24.

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