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Abstract

SUMMARY

Measurement of replicating molecules of polyoma virus DNA after digestion with endonuclease R shows that DNA replication is bidirectional, starting predominantly at a specific site. In both large plaque and small plaque polyoma virus DNA this site is 29 ± 2% of the total length of the DNA from the cleavage site of the endonuclease R.

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