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Concept Retroviridae Infections
Academic Article Mouse mammary tumor virus (MMTV), a retrovirus that exploits the immune system. Genetics of susceptibility to MMTV infection.
Academic Article B and T cells are required for mouse mammary tumor virus spread within the mammary gland.
Academic Article Expression of mouse mammary tumor virus envelope protein does not prevent superinfection in vivo or in vitro.
Academic Article Diverse repertoire of the MHC class II-peptide complexes is required for presentation of viral superantigens.
Academic Article Characterization of a novel murine retrovirus mixture that facilitates hematopoiesis.
Academic Article Initial stages of mammary tumor virus infection are superantigen independent.
Academic Article Unique resistance of I/LnJ mice to a retrovirus is due to sustained interferon gamma-dependent production of virus-neutralizing antibodies.
Academic Article Subversion of the innate immune system by a retrovirus.
Academic Article RIII/Sa mice with a high incidence of mammary tumors express two exogenous strains and one potential endogenous strain of mouse mammary tumor virus.
Academic Article Gradual elimination of retroviruses in YBR/Ei mice.
Academic Article Replication of beta- and gammaretroviruses is restricted in I/LnJ mice via the same genetic mechanism.
Academic Article Vital role for CD8+ cells in controlling retroviral infections.
Academic Article Coexpression of exogenous and endogenous mouse mammary tumor virus RNA in vivo results in viral recombination and broadens the virus host range.
Academic Article Mouse mammary tumor virus-induced tumorigenesis in sag transgenic mice: a laboratory model of natural selection.
Academic Article Organogenic role of B lymphocytes in mucosal immunity.
Academic Article A novel mechanism of resistance to mouse mammary tumor virus infection.
Academic Article Innate immune sensing of retroviral infection via Toll-like receptor 7 occurs upon viral entry.
Academic Article Successful transmission of a retrovirus depends on the commensal microbiota.
Academic Article Antibody-mediated immune control of a retrovirus does not require the microbiota.
Academic Article Neutralizing Antibody Responses to Viral Infections Are Linked to the Non-classical MHC Class II Gene H2-Ob.
Academic Article Genetic Control of Neonatal Immune Tolerance to an Exogenous Retrovirus.

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