Medical Definition of Virus-transformed cell

1. A cell that has been genetically changed to a tumour cell, the change being subsequently tramsmitted to all descendent cell's; cell's transformed by oncornaviruses continue to produce virus in high concentration without being killed; DNA tumour virus-transformed cell's develop (along with other changes) tumour-associated antigens and rarely produce virus. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Virus-transformed Cell

virulence
virulences
virulencies
virulency
virulent
virulent bacteriophage
virulent bubo
virulent phage mutant
virulented
virulently
virulentness
viruliferous
viruria
virus
virus-transformed cell (current term)
virus A hepatitis
virus B hepatitis
virus C hepatitis
virus III of rabbits
virus X disease
virus activating protease
virus activation
virus blockade
virus diseases
virus hepatitis
virus hepatitis of ducks
virus infection
virus integration

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