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SUMMARY

Immunization of BALB/c mice with Ad2ND, a non-defective hybrid virus containing about half of the early region of simian virus 40 (SV40) DNA covalently integrated into the human adenovirus 2 (Ad2) genome, can confer protection against subsequent challenge by syngeneic SV40 tumour cells. Analysis of subcellular fractions from Ad2ND-infected cells shows a close correlation between the tumour rejection activity and the presence of the two SV40-specific proteins induced by this hybrid virus. These two proteins, with mol. wt. of 56000 (56K) and 42000 (42K), can be specifically immunoprecipitated using sera obtained from hamsters bearing SV40-induced tumours. Such immunoprecipitates, which contain no detectable contaminating components as determined by polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis, can efficiently immunize mice against SV40 tumour challenge, suggesting that the 56K and 42K proteins are directly responsible for the induction of tumour rejection. Moreover, we have found, by immunoprecipitation, a novel antigen in SV40-transformed BALB/c cells, also of 56000 mol. wt.; possibly, this 56K protein is responsible for induction of transplantation immunity in SV40-transformed cells.

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