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During Epstein-Barr virus (EBV) latent infection of B lymphocytes in vitro, six viral nuclear antigens (EBNAs) are expressed from one of two promoters, Cp or Wp, whose activities have previously been shown to be mutually exclusive in established lymphoblastoid cell lines. Initially after infection, the EBNA genes are transcribed from Wp, which is present in(More)
Epstein-Barr virus (EBV) nuclear antigen (EBNA) 2 (EBNA2) is involved in upregulating the expression of both EBNAs and latency-associated membrane proteins. Transcription of the six EBNA genes, which are expressed in EBV-immortalized primary B cells, arises from one of two promoters, Cp and Wp, located near the left end of the viral genome. Wp is(More)
This experiment investigates the effect of vibrato on response time in determining the pitch relationship of two successive violin tones. The result may provide insight into many musicians' impression that vibrato can be used to mask inaccurate intonation since the preliminary data indicate that listeners require more time to determine the mean pitch of a(More)
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