Interleukin 4 stimulates infection and temporary growth of human neonatal lymphocytes exposed in vitro to human T-lymphotropic virus type I, but fails to substitute for interleukin 2 in the immortalization of infected cultures.

A Mastino, S Grelli, C Favalli, C Matteucci, M De Carli, E Garaci, B Macchi
  • Journal of General Virology, October 1997, Society for General Microbiology
  • DOI: 10.1099/0022-1317-78-10-2565

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