Detection of Group and Interspecies Reactivities in Mammalian C-Type Virus p30 Proteins and Corresponding Human Antigens
We previously reported the presence of RNA tumor virus related antigens in human leukemic sera. The antigens were detected by the ELISA method in 30%–40% of patients with acute leukemia [1, 2]. Since these antigens from human sera that cross-react with primate C-type viral p30 protein had been observed with the ELISA method and since retroviral group and interspecies reactivities had been previously characterized mostly by competition radioimmunoassay, we examined the applicability and reliability of the ELISA method for the detection of group and interspecific determinants in p30 proteins of mammalian C-type retroviruses .
KeywordsAlbumin Leukemia Lipase Polyacrylamide Transferrin
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