Double-stranded RNA inhibits a phosphoprotein phosphatase present in interferon-treated cells.

Abstract

In accord with previous studies, (I)n . (C)n, a potent inhibitor of the cell-free protein-synthesizing system of interferon-treated L cells, stimulates incorporation of 32P from [gamma-32P]ATP into the 67,000-dalton protein, P1. The double-stranded RNA (I)n . (br5C)n, which is inactive as an inhibitory of protein synthesis, does not stimulate… (More)

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@article{Epstein1980DoublestrandedRI, title={Double-stranded RNA inhibits a phosphoprotein phosphatase present in interferon-treated cells.}, author={Daniel A. Epstein and Paul F. Torrence and Rog{\'e}rio Friedman}, journal={Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America}, year={1980}, volume={77 1}, pages={107-11} }