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Orientation of herpes simplex virus type 1 immediate early mRNA's

Nucleic Acids Research

Sep 11, 1979

J B ClementsD J McGeoch

PMID: 226944

Abstract

We have determined the orientation of 4 immediate early (IE) mRNA's on the herpes simplex virus type 1 genome by mapping cDNA's complementary to the 3'-termini of messages. These IE mRNA's are transcribed by a pre-existing cell RNA polymerase, and we propose a model which allows their s...read more

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Adenine Polynucleotides
DNA-Directed RNA Polymerase
RNA Polymerase Assembly Pathway
Human herpesvirus 1
DNA, Viral
Neonatal Herpes
Genes, Viral
Genomic Hybridization
DNA Restriction Enzymes
Poly(A) Tail
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Orientation of herpes simplex virus type 1 immediate early mRNA's

Nucleic Acids Research

Sep 11, 1979

J B ClementsD J McGeoch

PMID: 226944

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Abstract

We have determined the orientation of 4 immediate early (IE) mRNA's on the herpes simplex virus type 1 genome by mapping cDNA's complementary to the 3'-termini of messages. These IE mRNA's are transcribed by a pre-existing cell RNA polymerase, and we propose a model which allows their s...read more

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Adenine Polynucleotides
DNA-Directed RNA Polymerase
RNA Polymerase Assembly Pathway
Human herpesvirus 1
DNA, Viral
Neonatal Herpes
Genes, Viral
Genomic Hybridization
DNA Restriction Enzymes
Poly(A) Tail

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