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Abstract

SUMMARY

Human papovavirus BK DNA resistant to digestion with RI endonuclease had the capacity to direct synthesis of T antigen in human embryonic kidney cells. The study demonstrated the natural occurrence of defective deletion mutants with intact early functions of the viral genome.

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