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Specificity of the DNA product of the C-type virus RNA-dependent DNA polymerase






Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 68(1): 10-12

Specificity of the DNA product of the C-type virus RNA-dependent DNA polymerase

The specificity of the DNA product of the RNA-dependent DNA polymerase found in C-type virions was analyzed by reciprocal hybridization with RNA from viruses of mouse, hamster, cat, and viper. These tests revealed a clear species specificity for the DNA product with no detectable interspecies hybridization.


Accession: 044374702

PMID: 4322257

DOI: 10.2307/60768



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