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Lymphocytic growth-regulating factors in healthy and leukotic cattle, and the development of lymphoid leukosis induced experimentally in sheep by bovine leukosis virus



Lymphocytic growth-regulating factors in healthy and leukotic cattle, and the development of lymphoid leukosis induced experimentally in sheep by bovine leukosis virus



Sel' skokhozyaistvennaya Biologiya (4): 102-107



Factors capable of inhibiting the mitotic activity of cells in the spleen and thymus of mice (chalones) or of stimulating it (growth factors) were prepared from the thymus and spleen of healthy and leukotic cows and sheep.

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