Rous sarcoma virus


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  • Genetic Manipulation of Mammalian Cells for Protein Expression
  • History of Phage Research and Phage Therapy
  • Human Rhinovirus Minor Group Receptors
  • Retroviral DNA Integration
  • Newly Identified Retrotransposons of the Ty3/gypsy Class in Fungi, Plants, and Vertebrates
  • Notes
  • Prevention of Infection in Xenotransplantation
  • Biosynthesis and Functions of Modified Nucleosides in Eukaryotic mRNA
  • Reprint of Temin and Rubin's 1958 Paper Describing the Focus Assay for Transformation by Rous Sarcoma Virus
  • Beyond the Provirus: from Howard Temin's Insights on Rous Sarcoma Virus to the Study of Epstein-Barr Virus, the Prototypic HumanTumor Virus
  • Under the Influence: from the Provirus Hypothesis to Multistep Carcinogenesis
  • Reprint of Temin's 1964 Paper Proposing the DNA Provirus Hypothesis
  • Reprint of Temin and Mizutani's 1970 Paper Reporting the Discovery of Reverse Transcriptase
  • On the Origin of Oncogenes
  • Viruses, Genes, and Cancer: a Lineage of Discovery
  • Mammalian Development and Human Cancer: from the Phage Group to the Genetics of Intestinal Cancer
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  • Preface
  • Foreword
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