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The nuclear and cytoplasmic RNAs from Kirsten murine sarcoma virus (KiMuSV)-transformed non-producer mink cells were studied for the species of virus-specific RNA by fractionation in agarose gels, transfer to diazotized aminophenylthioether paper and hybridization to complementary DNA probe. In both nuclei and cytoplasm, only genome-length KiMuSV-specific RNA was detected. No subgenomic virus RNA species was detected in poly(A+) or poly(A-) RNA fractions. The same observations were made in KiMuSV-transformed mink cells superinfected with feline leukaemia viruses. The significance of these findings is discussed.

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