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Prevalence of non-T-cells in the replication of the N-tropic, type C virus of young AKR mice.

The XC infectious center assay was used to study the nature of the lymphoid cells producing N-tropic C-type viruses in preleukemic AKR mice. Viral production by thymic cell suspensions was very low and was possibly due to contaminating cells. Production at least 100-fold higher was found in spleen cells and was probably due to non-T-cells. The significance of these results is discussed briefly, including the possibility that the N-tropic XC syncitia-inducing type C virus of young AKR mice is not the leukemogenic agent.[1]

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  1. Prevalence of non-T-cells in the replication of the N-tropic, type C virus of young AKR mice. Gisselbrecht, S., Blaineau, C., Hurot, M.A., Pozo, F., Levy, J.P. Cancer Res. (1978) [Pubmed]
 
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