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A DNA polymerase induced by virus (OMV) was isolated from cultured salmon cells infected with OMV using sequential ion-exchange column chromatography steps. The properties of the OMV polymerase were compared to those of human cytomegalovirus (HCMV) polymerase and polymerase alpha from cherry salmon (masu salmon, ) testes. OMV polymerase was clearly distinguished from the other polymerases by its optimum temperature for enzyme activity, 25 °C. In an investigation of the effects of phosphonoacetic acid and aphidicolin, OMV polymerase was found to be more resistant to both drugs than HCMV polymerase.

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1986-02-01
2019-10-21
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