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Abstract

Human fibroblast cells infected with varicella-zoster virus (VZV) showed a slight increase in lipoprotein synthesis, with the production of two major viral lipoproteins, as detected by radioimmunoprecipitation (RIP). Three bands of 73000, 90000 and 97000 were identified as forms of the VZV gpl glycoprotein. All three incorporated both palmitic and myristic acid, and were shown by thin-layer chromatography to contain myristic, palmitic and stearic acids. A very strong band corresponding to 7000 , which may represent the product of VZV gene 49, was detected after RIP and in VZV-infected cells, and was shown to contain almost entirely myristic acid. Several minor bands were also detected. The possible functions of the lipoproteins are discussed.

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