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Relation of oral hairy leukoplakia to infection with the human immunodeficiency virus and the risk of developing AIDS.
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Characterization of the AIDS-associated retrovirus reverse transcriptase and optimal conditions for its detection in virions.
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Confirmation of the successful cultivation of Treponema pallidum in tissue culture.
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Recovery of three distinct biologically active type C viruses from cloned C57Bl/6 melanoma cells.
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Virology., Jun;95(2):277-84 (1979)
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Lack of requirement of murine leukemia virus for early steps in infection of mouse embryo cells by murine sarcoma virus.
Virology., Sep;45(3):844-7 (1971)
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Cancer., Sep;22(3):517-24 (1968)
Demonstration of differences in murine sarcoma virus foci formed in mouse and rat cells under a soft agar overlay.
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