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DATE

1984

AUTHORS

Stuart A. Aaronson , Yasuhito Yuasa , Keith C. Robbins , Alessandra Eva , Rosita Gol , Steven R. Tronick

ABSTRACT

The quest to understand the mechanisms by which normal human cells become malignant has been aided immeasurably by research on oncogenic retroviruses (oncoviruses). Two major groups of oncoviruses have been recognized based on their biological properties1. One group, termed chronic transforming retroviruses, causes mostly leukemias when inoculated into susceptible animals but only after a latent period of several months. These viruses replicate in known assay cells in tissue culture without causing apparent transforming effects. The other group, known as acute transforming viruses, induces a variety of tumors within a very short time of days to a few weeks. The types of malignancies they cause include sarcomas, hematopoietic tumors, and even carcinomas. Cells infected with acute viruses undergo morphologic transformation, acquire the ability to grow in soft agar, and cause tumors when inoculated into susceptible hosts. More... »

PAGES

261-277

Book

TITLE

Genetic and Phenotypic Markers of Tumors

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978-1-4684-4858-0
978-1-4684-4856-6

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http://scigraph.springernature.com/pub.10.1007/978-1-4684-4856-6_25

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