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SUMMARY

The effect of prostaglandins (PGs) and cyclic nucleotides on adherence between uninfected Vero cells or between uninfected cells and cells infected with wild-type or syncytial strains of herpes simplex virus (HSV) was studied. In the absence of serum, PGE increased adhesion between uninfected cells whereas PGF decreased it. However, both PGE and PGF increased adhesion between cells infected with HSV and uninfected cells. Moreover, dibutyryl cyclic AMP increased adhesion between uninfected cells and cells infected with HSV, whereas dibutyryl cyclic GMP decreased it.

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