Mammalian Cells in Culture Frequently Release Type C Viruses

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Science  05 Oct 1973:
Vol. 182, Issue 4107, pp. 56-59
DOI: 10.1126/science.182.4107.56


Cell cultures commonly used in animal cell research, both cell strains and continuous cell lines from various mammalian species, spontaneously produce type C RNA viruses.