PMID: 4673393Jan 1, 1972

Japanese encephalitis virus replication: a procedure for the selective isolation and characterization of viral RNA species

Archiv für die gesamte Virusforschung
E ZebovitzS C Doughty

Abstract

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References

Jun 1, 1966·Journal of Bacteriology·F L Schaffer, M Gordon
Dec 1, 1970·Journal of Cellular Physiology·L Levintow, J M Bishop
May 7, 1971·Science·A SchluederbergS Chavanich
Apr 1, 1971·Journal of Virology·J G Levin, R M Friedman
Sep 1, 1965·Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America·P C Loh, M Soergel
Aug 1, 1966·Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America·R M FriedmanW B Carter
Apr 1, 1969·Journal of Virology·D W TrentA A Qureshi
Apr 1, 1969·The Journal of General Virology·M C Timbury
May 1, 1964·Journal of Bacteriology·Y K Inoue, M A Yamada
Jun 1, 1963·Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America·D BALTIMOREI TAMM
Feb 1, 1964·The Journal of Infectious Diseases·J I COLON, J B IDOINE

Citations

Jan 1, 1993·Archives of Virology·A I Bartholomeusz, P J Wright
Jan 1, 1978·Neuropsychologia·G L RisseM S Gazzaniga
Jan 30, 1979·Virology·P J RottierA Van Kammen
Aug 15, 2015·Methods : a Companion to Methods in Enzymology·Radhakrishnan PadmanabhanKyung H Choi
Nov 1, 1973·Virology·D ShapiroP K Russell
Apr 1, 1983·Experimental and Molecular Pathology·K Leary, C D Blair

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