Adenovirus E1A and Ewing tumors

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In the December 1999 issue of Nature Medicine, Melot and Delattre1 and Kovar2, challenged the Sanchez-Prieto et al . September 1999 article3 proposing that the adenoviral E1A gene induces the Ewing tumor fusion transcript EWS–FLI1. Here Sanchez-Prieto et al. respond…Ed.

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de Alava, E., Sanchez-Prieto, R. & Ramon y Cajal, S. Adenovirus E1A and Ewing tumors. Nat Med 6, 4 (2000). https://doi.org/10.1038/71515

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