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SUMMARY

Exhaustion type hybridization was used to measure the amount of nuclear virus RNA complementary to the early (E) and late (L) polyoma virus DNA strands. At 36 h after infection between 2.5 and 7.3% of the newly synthesized virus RNA was complementary to the E-strand (-strand) and between 92.7 and 97.5% was complementary to the L-strand (+ strand). This proportion was independent of the labelling time, indicating similar accumulation of the E- and L-RNA transcripts in the nucleus. The nuclear E- and L-RNA transcripts sedimented in a similar manner through sucrose gradients.

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