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The minute virus of mice, an autonomous parvovirus, requires entry of host cells into the S phase of the cell cycle for its DNA to be amplified and its genes expressed. This work focuses on the P4(More)
The P4 promoter of parvovirus minute virus of mice (MVMp) directs transcription of the genes coding for nonstructural proteins. The activity of promoter P4 is regulated by several cis-acting DNA(More)
The right-end telomere of replicative form (RF) DNA of the autonomous parvovirus minute virus of mice (MVM) consists of a sequence that is self-complementary except for a three nucleotide loop around(More)
Nonstructural protein 1 (NS1) of minute virus of mice is involved in viral DNA replication, transcriptional regulation and cytotoxic action in the host cell. Viral DNA replication is dependent on the(More)
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