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Presence in Human Breast Cancer of RNA homologous to Mouse Mammary Tumour Virus RNA


Molecular hybridization has been used to detect within human tumours RNA sequences that are homologous to the RNA of oncogenic viruses known to cause similar tumours in animals.

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