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Summary

Exposure of chicken embryo fibroblasts (CEF) to trypsin solubilizes cell surface components, including the initial attachment site for avian tumour viruses (ATV). This soluble attachment site activity appears to interact directly with the ATV thereby interfering with the binding of at least two ATV subgroups to both intact CEF and CEF plasma membranes. A result of this interaction is reduced ATV infectivity, demonstrated by reduced transforming capacity of RSV (RAV-1).

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