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Fig. 3. Constitutively active ErbB4 receptors do not induce a loss of contact inhibition. FR3T3 fibroblasts infected with the LXSN (vector control) retrovirus, the wild-type ErbB4 retrovirus, the constitutively active ErbB2* retrovirus, or the constitutively active ErbB4 mutant retroviruses were assayed for loss of contact inhibition (focus formation).





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