Host cell nuclear function and murine hepatitis virus replication.

@article{Brayton1981HostCN,
  title={Host cell nuclear function and murine hepatitis virus replication.},
  author={P. Brayton and R. Ganges and S. Stohlman},
  journal={The Journal of general virology},
  year={1981},
  volume={56 Pt 2},
  pages={
          457-60
        }
}
Murine hepatitis virus strains A59 and JHM replicated with equal efficiency in both nucleated and enucleated L2 cells. In addition, treatment of the host cell with either actinomycin D or alpha-amanitin, both inhibitors of host cell RNA synthesis, had no effect on virus replication. Therefore, the replication of murine hepatitis virus did not appear to depend upon either the presence of the host cell nucleus or continued host cell RNA synthesis. 
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