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Transdominant Inhibition of Moloney Murine Leukemia Virus Proliferation by Defective Mutants of Reverse Transcriptase

Philosophers’ Use of ‘Intuitive’ (I): A Defective Practice and the Verbal Virus Theory

Defective DNA Repair in Cells With Human T-Cell Leukemia/Bovine Leukemia Viruses: Role of tax Gene

Partial “Repair” of Defective NEF Genes in a Long-Term Nonprogressor with Human Immunodeficiency Virus Type 1 Infection

Expression of Defective Hepatitis B Virus Particles Derived from Singly Spliced RNA Is Related to Liver Disease

Role of CD40 Ligand Signaling in Defective Type 1 Cytokine Response in Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infection

Accumulation of Defective Neuraminidase (NA) Genes by Influenza A Viruses in the Presence of NA Inhibitors as a Marker of Reduced Dependence on NA

Induction of apoptosis by protease-defective particle preparations of human immunodeficiency virus type 1 is specific to a subset of U937-derived subclones

Intranasal Administration of Integrase Defective Lentiviral Vectors Expressing mAbs Protects from H5 Influenza Virus Challenge In Vivo

Maternal Immunization with a Herpes Simplex Virus Type 2 Replication-Defective Virus Reduces Visceral Dissemination but Not Lethal Encephalitis in Newborn Mice after Oral Challenge

Protection from Herpes Simplex Virus (HSV)–2 Infection with Replication-Defective HSV-2 or Glycoprotein D2 Vaccines in HSV-1–Seropositive and HSV-1–Seronegative Guinea Pigs

Comparison of the Immunogenicity and Efficacy of a Replication-Defective Vaccinia Virus Expressing Antigens of Human Parainfluenza Virus Type 3 (HPIV3) with Those of a Live Attenuated HPIV3 Vaccine Candidate in Rhesus Monkeys Passively Immunized with PIV3 Antibodies

 

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A virus that is unable to replicate unless it coinfects a host cell together with a wild-type ‘helper’ virus. Most acute transforming retroviruses are defective, possibly because the oncogene has displaced essential viral genetic information.

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