Nonpermissive infection of lymphoblastoid cells by vesicular stomatitis virus. II. Effect on viral morphogenesis.

@article{Wethers1985NonpermissiveIO,
  title={Nonpermissive infection of lymphoblastoid cells by vesicular stomatitis virus. II. Effect on viral morphogenesis.},
  author={Judith A Wethers and Glenn P. Johnson and Carolin L. Schumacher and Redina Herman},
  journal={Virus research},
  year={1985},
  volume={2 4},
  pages={345-58}
}
The human B-lymphoblastoid cell line Raji is nonpermissive for infection by vesicular stomatitis virus (VSV). The VSV particles released from Raji cells display a more heterogeneous distribution in equilibrium sucrose density gradients than particles released from BHK cells. The particles released from Raji cells contain approximately one-half to one-third as much viral matrix protein, relative to the nucleocapsid protein, as is normal. They also contain a higher proportion of the… CONTINUE READING

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