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SUMMARY

Production of HVJ (Sendai virus) wild-type in rat glial cells was characteristically restricted at high temperature. The synthesis of the M protein was selectively decreased in infected cells at 39°C. This temperature-sensitive () character of HVJ was not observed in infection of LLCMK2 cells or chick embryo fibroblast cells. Newcastle disease virus, mumps virus and vesicular stomatitis virus did not show growth in glial cells.

Keyword(s): HVJ , M protein and Sendai virus
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