Medical Definition of Human T-cell leukaemia virus

1. One of a group of retroviruses which causes the disease T-cell leukaemia in humans. T-cell leukaemia is a type of the cancer leukaemia where the body uncontrollably produces large amounts of abnormal (nonworking) T lymphocytes. (09 Oct 1997)



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