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Abstract

SUMMARY: One-step growth conditions were used in which cells began replication of poliovirus RNA almost synchronously, and in which factors limiting the rate of replication appeared to be absent. RNA of uneclipsed virus was destroyed by using light-sensitive inocula. Under these conditions, ribo-nuclease-sensitive infective RNA was detectable in unchanged amount for the first 2 hr of infection, at which time replication began abruptly; the increase of poliovirus RNA was geometrical for a further 1–2 hr.

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1964-11-01
2019-10-23
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