Rous-associated virus 1-induced erythroleukemic cells exhibit a weakly transformed phenotype in vitro and release c-erbB-containing retroviruses unable to transform fibroblasts

H. Beug, M. J. Hayman, M. B. Raines, H. J. Kung, B. Vennström

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