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The polypeptides soluble in 0.25 -HCl were extracted from the nuclei of BHK cells infected with herpes simplex virus type 1 or type 2 and separated by SDS-PAGE. Seventeen polypeptides were detectable in each extract of which 10 type 1 and nine type 2 polypeptides were reproducibly effectively extracted. In cells infected with bovine mammillitis virus, pseudorabies virus or equine herpesvirus type 1, at least 12, 13 and eight polypeptides respectively were acid-soluble. In addition to histones, three other cellular polypeptides were present in sizeable quantities in the acid extracts and could obscure other acid-soluble viral polypeptides. Possible relationships between some polypeptides of the five herpesviruses are discussed.

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