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The polypeptides secreted from cells infected with myxoma virus have been studied. Three virus-induced polypeptides were detected. One major and one minor polypeptide were synthesized and secreted in the absence of virus DNA synthesis; one minor polypeptide was not detected in the medium under such conditions. All these polypeptides were glycosylated and one was sulphated. Two precipitin lines were seen in Ouchterlony tests examining medium from infected rabbit cells and using serum from rabbits convalescent from myxoma virus infections. These antigens were unrelated to the virus-specific antigens released from cells infected with vaccinia virus. No major differences were detected in comparisons between the polypeptides secreted from cells infected with virulent and relatively avirulent strains of myxoma virus.

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1982-07-01
2019-11-18
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