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Human teratocarcinoma-derived virus

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Human teratocarcinoma-derived virus

HTDV, or human teratocarcinoma-derived virus, is a human endogenous retrovirus.[1][2][3]

References

  1. ^ Boller, Klaus; König, Herbert; Sauter, Marlies; Mueller-Lantzsch, Nikolaus; Löwer, Roswitha; Löwer, Johannes; Kurth, Reinhard (September 1993). "Evidence That HERV-K Is the Endogenous Retrovirus Sequence That Codes for the Human Teratocarcinoma-Derived Retrovirus HTDV". Virology 196 (1): 349–353.  
  2. ^ Löwer, J; Wondrak, EM; Kurth, R (November 1987). "Genome analysis and reverse transcriptase activity of human teratocarcinoma-derived retroviruses.". The Journal of general virology. 68 ( Pt 11): 2807–15.  
  3. ^ Rédei, George P. (2008). Encyclopedia of genetics, genomics, proteomics, and informatics (3rd ed. ed.). [New York?]: Springer.  
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