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Abstract

SUMMARY

Adenine-rich sequences from 18S Sendai virus messenger species were 99 % adenylate, 3’-OH terminal, and were present in at least 50 % of the molecules. Intact virus messenger molecules were resistant to exonucleolytic attack by polynucleotide phosphorylase, suggesting that their 3’-termini are masked.

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