Correction for Doukas and Sarnow, "Escape from Transcriptional Shutoff during Poliovirus Infection: NF-κB-Responsive Genes IκBa and A20".

Abstract

It has been known for a long time that infection of cultured cells with poliovirus results in the overall inhibition of transcription of most host genes. We examined whether selected host genes can escape transcriptional inhibition by thiouridine marking newly synthesized host mRNAs during viral infection. Using cDNA microarrays hybridized to cDNAs made… (More)
DOI: 10.1128/JVI.00223-17

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@article{Doukas2011CorrectionFD, title={Correction for Doukas and Sarnow, "Escape from Transcriptional Shutoff during Poliovirus Infection: NF-κB-Responsive Genes IκBa and A20".}, author={Tammy Doukas and Peter Sarnow}, journal={Journal of virology}, year={2011}, volume={85 19}, pages={10101-8} }