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Summary

The addition of TPA (phorbol-12-myristate-13-acetate) to cultures during the lytic infection with herpesvirus saimiri led to an enhanced and accelerated production of polypeptides induced by H. saimiri and to a rapid shut-down of host cell protein synthesis and allowed a detailed analysis of the protein patterns. Analysis of sequential protein synthesis in owl monkey kidney cells lytically infected with H. saimiri 11 permitted the identification of 31 virus-induced polypeptides. The use of the amino acid analogues canavanine (for arginine) and azetidine (for proline) in parallel allowed experiments on the identification of proteins synthesized early and late during lytic infection.

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1983-01-01
2019-10-15
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