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SUMMARY

A cell-free system has been used to synthesize respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) RNA . Polyadenylated species representing all size classes of RSV mRNAs were labelled. Some of the labelled RNA was seen in a CsCl gradient at the density characteristic of negative-strand viral nucleocapsids. Experiments using a thiotriphos-phorylated nucleotide indicate that RNA chains are initiated in the cell-free system.

Keyword(s): cell-free system , RSV and synthesis
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