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Using Earle’s L cells, the amino acid requirement for the propagation of vaccinia virus was found to coincide with the amino acids found by Eagle (Eagle, 1955; Eagle . 1956) to be essential for the L cells themselves. There was no evidence that vaccinia virus particles harbour enzymes involved in amino acid synthesis.

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