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The Bacteriophages
Bacteriophages are viruses which infect bacteria. PHAGE (as in phagocytosis) means "to eat", and generally refers to a virus. Most bacteria have phages that are able to parasitize them. In fact, theExpand
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Membrane vesiculation function and exocytosis of wild-type and mutant matrix proteins of vesicular stomatitis virus.
Transfection of mammalian CV1 cells with a recombinant M-gene pTM1 plasmid, driven by vaccinia virus-expressed phage T7 polymerase, resulted in the expression of matrix (M) protein, which isExpand
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Nucleus-targeting domain of the matrix protein (M1) of influenza virus.
The matrix protein M1 of influenza virus A/WSN/33 was shown by immunofluorescent staining to be transported into the nuclei of transfected cells without requiring other viral proteins. We postulatedExpand
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Viral liposomes released from insect cells infected with recombinant baculovirus expressing the matrix protein of vesicular stomatitis virus.
The matrix (M) protein of vesicular stomatitis virus (VSV) has been found to promote assembly and budding of virions as well as down-regulating of VSV transcription. Large quantities of M protein canExpand
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Transcription-inhibition and RNA-binding domains of influenza A virus matrix protein mapped with anti-idiotypic antibodies and synthetic peptides.
We have undertaken by biochemical and immunological experiments to locate the region of the matrix (M1) protein responsible for down-regulating endogenous transcription of A/WSN/33 influenza virus. AExpand
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Structure and Assembly
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Neutralization of tetanus toxin by distinct monoclonal antibodies binding to multiple epitopes on the toxin molecule.
Fifty-seven hybridomas producing antibodies to tetanus toxoid or to the Ibc or B-IIb fragment of the toxin were isolated independently. Competitive inhibition studies demonstrated that monoclonalExpand
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Transcription inhibition and other properties of matrix proteins expressed by M genes cloned from measles viruses and diseased human brain tissue.
Ribonucleoprotein (RNP) cores extracted from virions of wild-type (Edmonston strain) measles virus (MV) or obtained from MV-infected cells (cRNP) were shown to be capable of transcribing RNA in vitroExpand
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L protein requirement for in vitro RNA synthesis by vesicular stomatitis virus.
The endogenous transcriptase present in purified vesicular stomatitis (VS) virions was solubilized with a Triton X-100 high-salt solution. The polymerase activity was purified on glycerol gradientsExpand
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