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Abstract

SUMMARY

Several temperature-sensitive mutants of encephalomyocarditis virus were serially passed numerous times in HeLa, L929 and BHK-21 cells. The reversion of most of the mutants occurred most rapidly in BHK-21 cells and least rapidly in HeLa cells.

Keyword(s): EMC virus , reversion and serial passage
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