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Intrathymic Inoculation of a Murine Leukaemia Virus (Rich)

Naturevolume 212pages207208 (1966) | Download Citation



VIRUS induced leukaemia in the mouse provides a convenient model system for investigating the early stages of the leukaemogenic process. The intraperitoneal inoculation of murine leukaemia viruses into susceptible mice is followed by the development of unilateral thymic lymphoma and lymphocytic leukaemia1.

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  1. Department of Cell Biology, Albert Einstein Medical Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania



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