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The second-site mutation in the herpes simplex virus recombinants lacking the c134.5 genes precludes shutoff of protein synthesis by blocking the phosphorylation of eIF-2a


The second-site mutation in the herpes simplex virus recombinants lacking the c134.5 genes precludes shutoff of protein synthesis by blocking the phosphorylation of eIF-2a



Journal of Virology 72(9): 05-11



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