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Nucleotide sequence analysis of integrated avian myeloblastosis virus and avian myelocytomatosis virus mc 29 long terminal repeat and their host and viral junctions structural similarities to transposable elements



Nucleotide sequence analysis of integrated avian myeloblastosis virus and avian myelocytomatosis virus mc 29 long terminal repeat and their host and viral junctions structural similarities to transposable elements



Journal of Cellular Biochemistry Suppl. (6): 256




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