Marguerit Dunsworth-Browne

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Adenovirus 5 DNA-protein complex is isolated from virions as a duplex DNA molecule covalently attached by the 5' termini of each strand to virion protein of unknown function. The DNA-protein complex can be digested with E. coli exonuclease III to generate molecules analogous to DNA replication intermediates in that they contain long single stranded regions(More)
A single-base deletion within the protein-coding region of the adenovirus type 5 early region 1A (E1A) genes, 399 bases downstream from the transcription start site, depresses transcription to 2% of the wild-type rate. Complementation studies demonstrated that this was due to two effects of the mutation: first, inactivation of an E1A protein, causing a(More)
Human peripheral blood mononuclear cells obtained by ficoll-hypaque sedimentation were depleted of Fc-receptor-bearing (FcR+) cells. Cytotoxicity (direct killing of target cells by effector cells), tested in a 40 h assay, was significantly decreased against a variety of target cells. Tests in which no FcR+ cells could be detected were also positive for(More)
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