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Virusinduzierte Fusion zur Beseitigung von Tumorzellen
The efficiency of viruses in cancer therapy is enhanced by proteins that mediate the fusion of infected cells with their neighbors. It was reported that replication-competent adenovirus particles can spread between nuclei within fusion-generated syncytia. To assess this conjecture, we generated fusogenic adenoviruses that express a balanced ratio of the F and H glycoproteins of measles virus. The viruses displayed enhancedcytotoxicity but largely unchanged replication efficiencies compared to adoi:10.17192/z2005.0198 fatcat:mc7xswyskzaf7ohtndxuk577aa