Expression of defective-interfering influenza virus-specific transcripts and polypeptides in infected cells.

Abstract

We have previously shown that influenza virus defective-interfering particle (DI) RNAs can be transcribed into polyadenylated complementary RNAs in vitro (Chanda et al., J. Virol. 45:55-61, 1983). In this paper we report that influenza virus DI RNAs can be transcribed into mRNAs in infected cells as well. The DI-specific RNAs (both plus and minus strands… (More)

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