Syntheis of vaccinia virus "early" and "late" messenger RNA in vitro with nucleoprotein structures isolated from infected cells

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Abstract

Complexes containing vaccinia DNA, isolated from the cytoplasm of infected cells, synthesize messenger RNA in vitro with an endogenous RNA-polymerase. The vaccinia DNA complex isolated at 3 hours post-infection synthesized both "early" and "late" classes of vaccinia messenger RNA in vitro. © 1970.

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Dahl, R., & Kates, J. R. (1970). Syntheis of vaccinia virus “early” and “late” messenger RNA in vitro with nucleoprotein structures isolated from infected cells. Virology, 42(2), 463–472. https://doi.org/10.1016/0042-6822(70)90289-8

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