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Molecular cloning of the Harvey sarcoma virus closed circular DNA intermediates: initial structural and biological characterization.
Tumorigenic transformation of mammalian cells induced by a normal human gene homologous to the oncogene of Harvey murine sarcoma virus.
SV40 recombinant molecules express the gene encoding p21 transforming protein of Harvey murine sarcoma virus.
Identification of amino acid residues required for Ras p21 target activation.
Construction and isolation of a transmissible retrovirus containing the src gene of Harvey murine sarcoma virus and the thymidine kinase gene of herpes simplex virus type 1.
Mammalian and yeast ras gene products: biological function in their heterologous systems.
Overview of clinical studies with hepatitis B vaccine made by recombinant DNA.
Molecular cloning of the Harvey sarcoma virus circular DNA intermediates. II. Further structural analyses.
Human genome contains four genes homologous to transforming genes of Harvey and Kirsten murine sarcoma viruses.
Production and immunological analysis of recombinant hepatitis B vaccine.
Transfection of molecularly cloned Friend murine leukemia virus DNA yields a highly leukemogenic helper-independent type C virus.
Mapping of transforming region of the Harvey murine sarcoma virus genome by using insertion-deletion mutants constructed in vitro.
Clinical evaluation in healthy adults of a hepatitis B vaccine made by recombinant DNA.
Recovery of biologically active spleen focus-forming virus from molecularly cloned spleen focus-forming virus-pBR322 circular DNA by cotransfection with infectious type C retroviral DNA.