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SUMMARY

The polyadenylation of rhinovirus-specified RNA in aneuploid HeLa cells and diploid human embryo lung (HEL) cells has been investigated. Polyadenylation occurs at a faster rate and more extensively to virus-specified RNA in infected HEL cells compared with HeLa cells. Poly(A) is added post-transcriptively in both cell types. Furthermore the addition of adenosine or poly(A) during virus multiplication increases the polyadenylation of virus single-stranded RNAs in both cell types, but to a greater extent in HeLa cells.

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