Inhibition of Sendai virus genome replication due to promoter-increased selectivity: a possible role for the accessory C proteins.

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The role of the negative-stranded virus accessory C proteins is difficult to assess because they appear sometimes as nonessential and thereby of no function. On the other hand, when a function is found, as in the case of Sendai virus, it represents an enigma, in that the C proteins inhibit replication under conditions where the infection follows an… (More)

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