DETECTION OF XENOTROPIC MURINE LEUKEMIA VIRUS
Mikovits; Judy A.; (Reno, NV) ; Lombardi; Vincent; (Reno, NV) ; Ruscetti; Sandra; (New Market, MD) ; Ruscetti; Francis; (New Market, MD) ; Silverman; Robert; (Beachwood, OH), June 23, 2011:
 Results showed that XMRV sequences from the CFS subjects clustered with the XMRV sequences from prostate cancer cases and formed a branch distinct from non-ecotropic MLVs common in inbred mouse strains (see e.g., FIG. 13).
 Thus, the virus detected in the CFS subjects' blood samples is unlikely to be a contaminant.