Immunochemical identification of viral and nonviral proteins of the respiratory syncytial virus virion.

@article{Fernie1982ImmunochemicalIO,
  title={Immunochemical identification of viral and nonviral proteins of the respiratory syncytial virus virion.},
  author={B F Fernie and John L. Gerin},
  journal={Infection and immunity},
  year={1982},
  volume={37 1},
  pages={243-9}
}
We identified by immunochemical methods 13 polypeptides associated with the infectious respiratory syncytial virus virion. Eight of these polypeptides (VP200, VP84, VP66, VP43, VP40, VP37, VP28, and VP19) were identified as virus specific. Two other polypeptides, (VP) 22 and (VP) 12, are provisionally considered to be of viral origin. Three nonviral proteins are also intimately associated with the infectious virion. These nonviral proteins were identified as cellular actin and two proteins with… CONTINUE READING

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