Hog cholera virus: identification and characterization of the viral RNA and the virus-specific RNA synthesized in infected swine kidney cells.

@article{Moormann1988HogCV,
  title={Hog cholera virus: identification and characterization of the viral RNA and the virus-specific RNA synthesized in infected swine kidney cells.},
  author={Rob J. M. Moormann and M. P. M. van der Hulst},
  journal={Virus research},
  year={1988},
  volume={11 4},
  pages={281-91}
}
Virus-specific RNA in swine kidney cells infected with hog cholera virus and the RNA of gradient-purified virions were identified and characterized. The time curve for virus replication in SK-6 cells was established. The logarithmic phase of virus growth was between 4 and 12 h after virus adsorption. Virus production was maximum at 20 h after virus adsorption. Analysis of cytoplasmic RNA in a neutral agarose gel showed that the time curve for synthesis of a high molecular weight RNA in infected… CONTINUE READING

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