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Abstract

SUMMARY

Analysis of the virus DNA isolated from arginine deprived cells revealed that the majority of DNA molecules are linear, with some molecules having one or more short branches. In addition, circular and circular-linear DNA molecules of genome size and smaller were observed.

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