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SUMMARY

A clone of vesicular stomatitis virus (VSV) isolated after 76 months of persistence exerts specific homologous interference with replication of wild-type or G31 (temperature-sensitive) virus in a mixed infection at 37 °C in the absence of defective-interfering particles. Other VSV mutants showed little or no specific interfering ability.

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