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Abstract

SUMMARY

Chicken sera may contain components that immunologically crossreact with avian retroviral glycoprotein. Sera from chickens carrying the endogenous viral loci 3 and 6 contain glycoproteins with molecular weights of approx. 85000, which on the basis of tryptic peptide analysis are related to exogenous viral glycoprotein. Such endogenous viral glycoproteins are present in a free form, lacking disulphide-bonded gp35.

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