A study of the heterogeneous 37S ribonucleic acid induced by foot-and-mouth-disease virus.

Abstract

1. The 37s RNA induced in baby-hamster kidney cells by infection with foot-and-mouth-disease virus was examined on sucrose gradients and by filtration through Sepharose 4B. 2. The RNA sedimented faster (37s) and as a broader band than the 35s RNA from purified virus. 3. Treatment with deoxyribonuclease, Pronase or amylase did not alter the sedimentation… (More)

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