Henry Kaplan Award for J. C. Neil
K. Bister   Hämatol. Bluttransf. Vol 31

Otto-Warburg-Laboratorium, Max-Planck-Institut für Molekulare Genetik, Ihnestr. 73, 1000 Berlin 33, FRG

Poster Award, Virology Section From the many excellent posters covering virological aspects of carcinogenesis, the contribution
by James C. Neil and his colleagues was selected for this award by the poster awards selection committee. In their contribution,
Neil and coworkers describe the transduction of a T-cell antigen receptor ß-chain gene by feline leukemia virus (FeLV).
Although it is not yet known whether retroviruses carrying such a receptor gene in their genomes have any oncogenic properties,
these viruses may be useful tools in studying both FeLV-induced leukemia and T-cell antigen receptor function.