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SUMMARY

The virus core proteins p30, p15, pp12 and p10 of Rauscher (R-MuLV) and Moloney murine leukaemia virus (Mo-MuLV) were purified. Two-dimensional peptide maps of H-leucine-containing tryptic peptides as well as elution profiles from ion-exchange chromatography of tryptic peptides derived from H-tyrosine-labelled R-MuLV core proteins and C-tyrosine-labelled Mo-MuLV core proteins were compared. The results show that the p30 and p10 proteins are very similar but that p15 and pp12 exhibit significant differences.

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