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Suppression of the phenotype of c134.5- herpes simplex virus 1: failure of activated RNA-dependent protein kinase to shut off protein synthesis is associated with a deletion in the domain of the a47 gene


Suppression of the phenotype of c134.5- herpes simplex virus 1: failure of activated RNA-dependent protein kinase to shut off protein synthesis is associated with a deletion in the domain of the a47 gene



Journal of Virology 71: 49-54



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