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SUMMARY

The initial stages of interferon induction in mouse L cells do not require protein synthesis; all steps in the induction process up to and including the transcription of interferon mRNA occurred in the presence of inhibitors of protein synthesis. In contrast, interferon induction in primary chick embryo cells aged does require a reaction that depends upon protein synthesis, unique in that it is not required for virus replication or the action of interferon.

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