A LABILE INTRANUCLEAR RNA ASSOCIATED WITH THE DEVELOPMENT OF ADENOVIRUSES

@article{Mayor1964ALI,
  title={A LABILE INTRANUCLEAR RNA ASSOCIATED WITH THE DEVELOPMENT OF ADENOVIRUSES},
  author={Heather Donald Mayor},
  journal={The Journal of Experimental Medicine},
  year={1964},
  volume={119},
  pages={433 - 442}
}
The nucleic acids produced intracellularly during the replication cycles of both DNA and RNA viruses can now be identified rapidly using a sensitized procedure based on staining with the fluorochrome acridine orange. Cellular DNA, viral DNA (both single and double stranded forms), cellular RNA, and RNA arising as a result of viral stimulus can be differentiated. The intracellular development of virus specific DNA, RNA, and protein has been studied in monkey kidney cells infected with… CONTINUE READING

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