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SUMMARY

Linearized unit length DNA obtained after cleavage of the supercoiled DNA of the human papovavirus BKV by I (0.31) induced transformation and T antigen less efficiently than DNA cleaved by RI (0.0), HI (0.98), I (0.90) or I (0.73). BKV DNA cleaved by I (0.27 and 0.95) did not induce T antigen.

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