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Rna and protein synthesis in chick embryo cells infected with fowl plague virus






Journal of Virology 4(6): 816-822

Rna and protein synthesis in chick embryo cells infected with fowl plague virus



Accession: 006345987



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Joss, A.; Gandhi, S.S.; Hay, A.J.; Burke, D.C., 1969: Ribonucleic Acid and protein synthesis in chick embryo cells infected with fowl plague virus. Fowl plague virus comprised four major protein components and several minor ones, two strains of the virus giving similar results. One of the components was identified as the nucleocapsid protein. Synthesis of the virion proteins could readily be...

Skehel, J.J.; Burke, D.C., 1969: Rna synthesis in chick embryo cells infected with fowl plague virus enz rna polymerase. Journal of Virology 3(4): 429-438

Skehel, J.J.; Burke, D.C., 1969: Ribonucleic acid synthesis in chick embryo cells infected with fowl-plague virus. Increases in ribonucleic acid (RNA) polymerase activity were detected in both the nuclear and ribosomal fractions of chick embryo cells infected with fowl-plague virus. These were observed only in the presence of all four nucleoside triphosphates...

Skehel, J.J.; Burke, D.C., 1968: Ribonucleic acid synthesis in fowl-plague virus-infected chick-embryo cells. Biochemical Journal 110(3): 41p-42p

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Lipkind M.A.; Tsvetkova I.V.; Gribkova N.V., 1973: Neuraminidase and hem agglutinin activities in sub cellular fractions of newcastle disease virus and fowl plague virus infected chick embryo cells and their re distribution following triton x 100 treatment. Archiv fuer die Gesamte Virusforschung 40(3-4): 300-306

Scholtissek, C.; Rott, R., 1961: Multiplication of fowl plague virus in chick-embryo cells. The Rostock strain of virus was used. Ribonucleic acid (RNA) was determined by digesting infected cells with pancreatic ribonuclease. This converted RNA to oligonucleotides, identified by chromatography. It was also traced by labelling the virus w...

Ghendon, Y.Z.; Ginsburg, V.P.; Soloviev, G.Y.; Babushkina, L., 1969: Effect of myxovirus infection on synthesis of cellular rna chick embryo fibroblasts newcastle disease virus fowl plague virus. Journal of Virology 3(3): 351-352

Franklin, R.M.; Henry, C., 1960: The multiplication of fowl plague virus in tissue cultures of chick embryo cells. The growth kinetics of fowl plague virus and its sub-units in cultures of chick embryo cells was studied in detail. Antiviral serum was used to distinguish intracellular virus from surface virus. Virus appears to be formed at or near the cell surf...