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Tumor Virus Infections

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Chemical compound and disease context of Tumor Virus Infections


Biological context of Tumor Virus Infections

  • A synthetic 55-residue peptide consisting of the carboxyl portion of the predicted genomic DNA sequence of Shope fibroma virus growth factor (SFGF residue 26-80) was found to exhibit epidermal growth factor-transforming growth factor activities in newborn mice [12].

Gene context of Tumor Virus Infections


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  13. T2 open reading frame from the Shope fibroma virus encodes a soluble form of the TNF receptor. Smith, C.A., Davis, T., Wignall, J.M., Din, W.S., Farrah, T., Upton, C., McFadden, G., Goodwin, R.G. Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun. (1991) [Pubmed]
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