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Hepatitis B virus-related DNA was detected in the chromosomal DNA of three out of seven hepatocellular carcinomas and two out of five cirrhosis samples examined, by means of the blot-hybridization technique, described by Southern (1975). The integration patterns were not identical but some similarities raise the question of whether there are some preferred sites of viral integration.

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