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The Biology of DNA Tumor Viruses

With an Introduction by Renato Dulbecco

  • Editors
  • Samuel Schiminovich

Part of the Milestones in Current Research book series (MCR)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xi
  2. Introduction

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1-1
    2. R. Dulbecco
      Pages 3-10
  3. Structure of Viral DNA

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 11-11
    2. R. Dulbecco, M. Vogt
      Pages 13-20
    3. Roger Weil, Jerome Vinograd
      Pages 21-29
    4. J. Vinograd, J. Lebowitz, R. Radloff, R. Watson, P. Laipis
      Pages 31-38
  4. Integration State of Viral DNA in Transformed Cells

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 47-47
    2. Heiner Westphal, Renato Dulbecco
      Pages 49-56
    3. J. Sambrook, H. Westphal, P. R. Srinivasan, R. Dulbecco
      Pages 57-64
  5. Detection of Virus-Specific (T) Antigen

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 65-65
    2. Paul H. Black, Wallace P. Rowe, Horace C. Turner, Robert J. Huebner
      Pages 67-75
    3. F. Rapp, T. Kitahara, J. S. Butel, J. L. Melnick
      Pages 85-88
  6. Activation of Infectious Tumor Virus SV40 in Transformed Cells

  7. Transcription of the Viral Genome in Infected and Transformed Cells

  8. Temperature-Sensitive Mutant Studies of Cell Transformation in Polyoma Virus

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 201-201
    2. R. Dulbecco, L. H. Hartwell, M. Vogt
      Pages 203-210
    3. Michael Stoker
      Pages 211-224
    4. Renato Dulbecco, Michael Stoker
      Pages 231-233
  9. Further Problems in the Biology of Small DNA Viruses

  10. Back Matter
    Pages 269-273

About this book

Introduction

Milestones in Current Research is a series of reprint collections dis­ tinguished from other such publications by new concepts in preparation, presentation, and intent. The aim of each volume is to gather for a given field the seminal contributions that have defined and shaped the trends within the most active areas of current research. The selections for each volume and the structure of the book have been determined with the help of a novel tech­ nique of bibliographic analysis and have then been presented to an acknowl­ edged scientific authority for minor adjustments and the writing of an In­ troduction. These introductions will lend historic perspective to the material selected for each volume. The bibliographic analysis used tends to select papers central to the areas of current research within, roughly, the last decade and is a systematic procedure for depicting, delineating, and covering all such areas over a wide spectrum of scientific research. It is hoped that with this procedure it will be possible to achieve an objectivity, authority, and thoroughness not reached by others and that the timeliness of the volumes will not be limited to just a few years. Each volume should have the permanent value of a historical statement and yet be suf­ ficiently interesting to active researchers in the field as well as to students exploring the quiet way in which the relentless drama of research unfolds in the journal literature.

Keywords

DNA antigen biology cell research tumor virus

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