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Leukemia, Feline

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  • FLVCR, a member of the major facilitator superfamily of transporter proteins, is the cell surface receptor for feline leukemia virus, subgroup C [6].
  • Finally, some LIF activity was also observed (but not statistically significant with the use of nonparametric analysis methods) when feline leukemia virus was used as antigen with these patients [7].
  • The role of autochthonous peritoneal feline macrophages (M theta) in the age-related resistance of cats to feline leukemia virus (FeLV) was investigated by a study of the functional properties and FeLV susceptibility of M theta from kittens and adult cats and the effect of hydrocortisone (HC) and silica on M theta-FeLV interactions [8].
  • Detection of complement-dependent lytic antibodies in sera from feline leukemia virus-infected cats by the chromium-51 release assay [9].
  • In addition, a 65-residue, proline-rich domain is characterized by a strong amino acid compositional bias virtually identical to that of the 60-amino acid, proline-rich neutralization domain of the feline leukemia virus surface protein [10].

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