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SUMMARY

DNA extracted from a chicken lymphoblastoid cell line (MSB-1) originally derived from a Marek’s disease tumour was examined for the presence of the Marek’s disease virus genome. DNA cRNA membrane filter hybridization experiments established the presence of 60 to 90 genome equivalents in these cells.

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