Protein synthesis in vaccinia virus-infected cells. I. Effect of hypertonic shock recovery.

@article{Damaso1992ProteinSI,
  title={Protein synthesis in vaccinia virus-infected cells. I. Effect of hypertonic shock recovery.},
  author={Clarissa R Damaso and Nissin Moussatch{\'e}},
  journal={Archives of virology},
  year={1992},
  volume={123 3-4},
  pages={295-308}
}
Human Hep-2 cells were submitted to hypertonic shock (210 mM NaCl) to block host protein synthesis before infection with vaccinia virus. With the start of infection, the medium isotonicity (116 mM NaCl) was restored, and the effect of viral infection on the recovery of host polyribosomes and protein synthesis was studied. Although host translation blockage was released together with infection, vaccinia virus did not affect immediately host protein synthesis. During the first hour of recovery… CONTINUE READING

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