Mutations in both the surface and transmembrane envelope glycoproteins of the RAV-2 subgroup B avian sarcoma and leukosis virus are required to escape the antiviral effect of a secreted form of the TvbS3 receptor

Xueqian Yin, Deborah C. Melder, William S. Payne, Jerry B. Dodgson, Mark J. Federspiel

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