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Abstract

SUMMARY

multiply enveloped nuclear polyhedrosis virus stimulates thymidine kinase and DNA polymerase activities in infected cells. The kinetics of induction and sensitivity of induction to cytosine arabinoside indicate that they represent early functions in infected cells. The basic characteristics of the induced enzymes are defined.

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