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Abstract

Feline leukaemia viruses (FeLVs) are classified into subgroups A, B and C by their use of different host cell receptors on feline cells, a phenotype which is determined by the viral envelope. FeLV-A is the ubiquitous, highly infectious form of FeLV, and FeLV-C isolates are rare variants which are...

Author(s)
Rigby, M. A.; Rojko, J. L.; Stewart, M. A.; Kociba, G. J.; Cheney, C. M.; Rezanka, L. J.; Mathes, L. E.; Hartke, J. R.; Jarrett, O.; Neil, J. C.
Citation
Journal of General Virology, 1992, 73, 11, pp 2839-2847
Abstract

Bone marrow mononuclear cells from FeLV-free, SPF adult cats were inoculated with known strains and biologically cloned subgroups of feline leukaemia virus. Exposure to the anaemia-causing Kawakami-Theilen strain caused constant depression of day 2 colony forming units-erythroid (CFUE) to 47% of...

Author(s)
Rojko, J. L.; Cheney, C. M.; Gasper, P. W.; Hamilton, K. L.; Hoover, E. A.; Mathes, L. E.; Kociba, G. J.
Citation
Leukemia Research, 1986, 10, 10, pp 1193-1199
Abstract

Erythrosuppression in vitro was correlated positively with infectivity of the input virus and with virus replication by inoculated marrow. Immunofluorescence for FeLV p27 and cytological studies showed that the majority of the virus was produced by myelomonocytic progenitor cells. It was shown that ...

Author(s)
Rojko, J. L.; Cheney, C. M.; Kociba, G. J.; Mathes, L. E.; Olsen, R. G.
Citation
Leukemia Reviews International, 1983, 1, pp 129-130