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SUMMARY

Serial high multiplicity passage of a cloned stock of vesicular stomatitis virus was found to generate defective interfering particles containing three size classes of RNA, with sedimentation coefficients of 31S, 23S and 19S. The 31S and 23S RNA species were found to be complementary to both the 12 to 18S and 31S size classes of VSV mRNAs. The 19S class of RNA was found to be partially base-paired. All three RNA species were found to contain ppAp at their 5′ termini.

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