Interrelationship between tumor virus receptors, A and C, coded by host cell genes in fowl

Mehta, S.C. and Pani, P.K. (1997) Interrelationship between tumor virus receptors, A and C, coded by host cell genes in fowl. Indian Journal of Experimental Biology, 35 (1). pp. 33-36. ISSN 0019-5189

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Abstract

Bryan Standard strain of Rous Sarcoma Virus (BS-RSV) of subgroup A and pseudotype of Bryan high titre RSV(RA V-49) of subgroup C and an equal mixture of subgroup A and subgroup C virus were inoculated to 11-day old embryos of white leghorn (WL), Australorp (AL) and fl and f2 generations of crosses between WL and AL breeds of fowl to detect and estimate the interrelationship between tumor virus receptor coding host cell genes of tva and tvc loci. Linkage values estimated on a pooled sex basis were 0.08±0.03 and 0.10±0.03 for WL and AL breeds respectively and 0.09 on pooled breed basis. This clearly indicates that the tva and tvc loci are indeed closely linked in WL and AL breeds of fowl and supports the concept of using subgroup C virus to raise stocks resistant to subgroup A virus infection.

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Additional Information:Selection for the development of genetically resistant stocks is a very challenging subject.
Uncontrolled Keywords:Genetic Resistance, Disease Fowl Linkage, Rous Sarcoma Virus, Bryan Standard Strain, Fowl Breeds, Subgroups Viruses, Tumor Virus
Subjects:Genetic Processes > Breeding
Animals > Chordata > Vertebrates > Birds > Poultry
Genetic Phenomena > Linkage (Genetics)
Viruses > Vertebrate Viruses
Animal Structures > Embryo, Nonmammalian
ID Code:2394
Deposited By:Dr S.C. Mehta
Deposited On:16 October 2007

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