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Expression of surface antigen by lymphoid cells associated with bovine leukosis, and correlations with changes in the peripheral blood of calves experimentally infected with bovine leukosis virus

Expression of surface antigen by lymphoid cells associated with bovine leukosis, and correlations with changes in the peripheral blood of calves experimentally infected with bovine leukosis virus

Sel' skokhozyaistvennaya Biologiya (4): 97-101

Five Latvian Brown calves aged 10 months were given 3 intraperitoneal inoculations of lymphocytes from a leukotic cow. They were tested for leukosis-associated antigen by complement-dependent cytotoxicity during 44 months. Expression of the antigen was correlated with the proportion of B-lymphocytes.

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