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SUMMARY

The ‘18S’ RNA population from Sendai virus-infected cells efficiently directed the synthesis of three virus-specific polypeptides P, NP and M, in wheat germ cell-free extracts. In agreement with previous results obtained with a reticulocyte extract, there was little or no production of virus glycopolypeptides. Analyses of tryptic peptides revealed close correspondence between the primary structures of NP and M made and the authentic virus polypeptides.

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