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Varicella-zoster virus infection of primary hamster embryo cells resulted in oncogenic transformation. These transformed cells exhibited virus-specific antigens by immunofluorescence and developed surface Fc receptors. They induced aggressive fibrosarcomas when injected into inbred hamsters. The tumour-bearing hamsters develop antibodies to varicella-zoster antigens.

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