Presence of a truncated form of the Sendai virus P protein in a long-term persistent infection: implications for the maintenance of the persistent state.


In this report we have monitored viral gene expression, both at the RNA and protein level, after the establishment of a long-term persistent infection of Sendai virus. The persistent infection was initially established by infecting BHK cells with a viral stock containing a short (1.4 kb) copy-back DI (DIH4). After over 120 weeks in culture this short copy… (More)


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