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Rauscher Virus

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Disease relevance of Rauscher Virus

  • Spleen focus formation induced by MHSV and Ha-MuSV was not restricted by the Fv-2 resistance locus in congenic DDD and C57BL/6 mice, unlike leukemogenesis induced by Friend virus, Rauscher virus, and the myeloproliferative sarcoma virus (MPSV) [1].

High impact information on Rauscher Virus

  • Thus, the mode of Rauscher virus envelope glycoprotein-induced erythroblastosis may be distinct from F-gp55-induced erythroblastosis and possibly not involve the EPO-R [2].
  • The stoichiometry of p10 binding to Rauscher virus RNA was analyzed using both 125I-labeled p10 and 3H-labeled RNA [3].
  • These results indicate that most, if not all, of the oligosaccharides at the surface of Rauscher virus are entities of the 69,000- and 71,000-dalton glycopeptides and that they contain a terminal sialic acid and galactose and a subterminal galactose [4].
  • To optimally demarcate spleens from the surrounding tissues, the magnetic resonance images were mildly T2-weighted for mice infected with LP-BM5 murine leukemia virus and mildly T1-weighted for those infected with Friend and Rauscher virus [5].
  • Specific sequences of the env gene determine the host range of two XC-negative viruses of the Rauscher virus complex [6].

Chemical compound and disease context of Rauscher Virus


Anatomical context of Rauscher Virus


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