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Abstract

In this report we present data indicating that the recently detected monomer covalently closed linear replicative form DNA (Mccl RF DNA) is an intermediate of Aleutian disease virus (ADV) DNA replication. This DNA molecule is characterized by covalently closed terminal hairpins on either end of the linear ds genomic molecule. Its first detection early after infection the association with ADV-specific replication complexes and the synthesis of Mccl RF DNA by isolated replication complexes point to an important role in parvoviral DNA replication. The presence of the Mccl RF DNA in extracts of virus- producing bone marrow cells of naturally infected mink rules out the possibility that this DNA form represents a mere cell culture artefact. The detection of the ADV non-structural protein 1 (NS1) in replication complexes supports the view that this protein is involved in ADV DNA replication.

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