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The study of epstein barr virus induction by co cultivation of epstein barr virus transformed cells with a mammary carcinoma cell line mcf 7



The study of epstein barr virus induction by co cultivation of epstein barr virus transformed cells with a mammary carcinoma cell line mcf 7



European Journal of Cancer 15(10): 1223-1232



EBV [Epstein-Barr virus] was activated by cocultivation of EBV transformed lymphoblastoid cell lines [human and marmoset] and a [human] mammary carcinoma cell line, MCF-7. Both non-EBV producer and producer cell lines were susceptible to this activation. Not every EBV-transformed cell line could be activated. Although the mechanism of activation was investigated, it is still unknown whether the process requires cell to cell contact, if the inducing agent is secreted in the medium and where in the host cell or the virus cycle it acts.

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