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Abstract

SUMMARY

Comparison of the properties of MH2 reticuloendothelioma virus with known subgroup A, B and C strains of Rous sarcoma virus indicated that it belongs to subgroup C of avian tumour viruses.

The Reaseheath R line of chickens was highly resistant to MH2 virus, and tests on crosses between this line and the susceptible Reaseheath W line were consistent with the hypothesis that a single autosomal recessive gene controls resistance to MH2 virus.

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