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Quite surprisingly, the endogenous baboon virus is partially related genetically to the endogenous feline type C virus, RD-114, whereas the DNA of these species is not at all related. Since most members of the cat family lack these sequences it was concluded that the baboon virus, or a closely related progenitor virus, infected and became part of the germ cell line of the evolutionarily distant ancestors of the domestic cat. Nucleic acid homologies between viral and cellular genomes suggested other similar examples of type C virus spread between species (Todaro, 1975).