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The antibody response of mice to murine leukemia virus in spontaneous infection: absence of classical immunologic tolerance (AKR mice-complement-fixing antibodies-lymphocytic choriomeningitis virus-immunofluorescence-glomerular deposits of antigen-antibody complexes)



The antibody response of mice to murine leukemia virus in spontaneous infection: absence of classical immunologic tolerance (AKR mice-complement-fixing antibodies-lymphocytic choriomeningitis virus-immunofluorescence-glomerular deposits of antigen-antibody complexes)



Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 69(1): 134-138



Gross murine leukemia virus is the etiologic agent of spontaneous leukemias of AKR mice. Despite the persistence of the Gross virus throughout their life, these mice are not immunologically tolerant to the virus. Specific antibodies to Gross antigens can be detected in the kidney where they have been deposited in the glomeruli, apparently in the form of Gross antigen-antibody complexes.

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