PMID: 889439Jan 1, 1977

A comparison of Saint Louis encephalitis and Sindbis virus RNA

Archives of Virology
T A BrawnerD W Trent


RNA isolated from purified St. Louis encephalitis and Sindbis virus particles was compared by cellulose CF-11 chromatography, and RNase T1 and pancreatic RNase A digestion. SLE RNA eluted from the cellulose CF-11 column as a molecule with very little secondary structure, while Sindbis appears to have some internal bonding. Ribonuclease digestion indicates that SLE RNA contains 2.4 per cent polyadenylic acid.


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