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Infection of MS cells with African swine fever virus (ASFV) produces inhibition of protein synthesis which is detectable from 4.5 hours after infection. At least 34 viral polypeptides have been indentified with molecular weights ranging between 9500 and 243,000 daltons. Three of these proteins show affinity for the cell nucleus and nine are in both the… (More)
At least 28 polypeptides have been identified in intracellular virus, with molecular weights ranging from 11,500 to 243,000 daltons. By treatment with Nonidet P-40 and 2-mercaptoethanol it is possible to obtain subviral particles that have lost some proteins and have a density in CsCl of 1.31 g/cm3 which is higher than that of the complete virus (1.23… (More)
The VP73 structural protein is a major viral protein in MS cells infected with African swine fever virus. It can be purified by simple extraction from the cytoplasmic fraction of infected cells and used as an effective antigen in ELISA studies.