OK10, an avian acute leukemia virus of the MC 29 subgroup with a unique genetic structure. Bister K, Ramsay G, Hayman MJ, Duesberg PH. The RNA of defective avian acute leukemia virus OK10 was isolated from a defective virus particle, released by OK10-transformed nonproducer avian fibroblasts, as a 60S complex consisting of 8.6-kilobase subunits.
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