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Dr. Temin has presented very important and interesting evidence of somatic mutations in cells infected with viruses that are manifest in both physical changes in shape and biochemical parameters. I would like to present some of our own group’s work on the problem of virus-induced somatic mutations.
KeywordsMeasle Virus Cytosine Arabinoside Chromosome Damage Chromosome Break Chromosome Breakage
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