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Abstract

SUMMARY

Simultaneous injection of newborn rabbits with the Schmidt-Ruppin and Prague strains of Rous sarcoma virus regularly induces antibodies which not only recognize the pp60 of both strains but also give positive kinase reaction with extracts of cells infected with either strain.

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