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The effect of mitomycin C was tested on Epstein-Barr virus (EBV) antigen and virus DNA synthesis in producer and non-producer cell lines. We found that producer, but not non-producer cell lines, are inducible for early antigen and virus capsid antigen synthesis. Although host DNA synthesis is effectively inhibited by over 99% in the presence of mitomycin C, virus DNA synthesis in the producer lines is unaffected and induced in parallel with the virus antigens.

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