nonpermissive cell

nonpermissive cell
Originally a cell of a tissue type or species that does not permit replication of a particular virus. Early stages of the virus cycle may be possible in such a cell, that in the case of tumour viruses may become transformed. Now used in a more general sense, of agents and treatments other than viruses.

Dictionary of molecular biology. 2004.

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