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The polypeptides synthesized in L cells infected with vaccinia virus have been examined using the technique of labelling with [S]-methionine followed by polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis. Virus-specific polypeptides were detectable as early as 20 min after infection. The polypeptides have been classified on the basis of the sensitivity of their synthesis to inhibitors of RNA and DNA synthesis. The mode of regulation of early vaccinia virus protein synthesis is discussed.

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