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Summary

After labelling with [H]myristic acid during replication the structural proteins VP6 and VP2 of purified rotavirus particles were found to be myristylated in an amide bond. [H]Palmitic acid was converted to myristic acid before bonding to the viral proteins. Possible functions of rotavirus protein myristylation are discussed.

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