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SUMMARY

U.v. irradiation of SH-RP cells, a lymphoblastoid cell line carrying Epstein–Barr virus, which was derived from a patient with acute myeloid leukaemia, retarded cell growth but significantly enhanced the percentage of cells containing virus-capsid antigen (VCA) as demonstrated by indirect immunofluorescence. The effects of u.v. irradiation on SH-RP cultures were reversible under normal conditions of medium replenishment every four days. Starving the cultures did not modify these effects.

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