The Isolation and Characterization of DNA Binding Proteins Specific for Adenovirus Infected Cells
Adenoviruses have been isolated from a number of different species including man (33 serotypes), monkeys, mice, dogs, cows, birds (Green, 1970), and frogs (Clark et al., 1973). The most extensively studied adenoviruses are those of human origin. In particular, we now know a great deal about the structure and replication of the DNA from human adenoviruses types 2 and 5. For this reason this review will be restricted to a discussion of these two viruses.
KeywordsInfected Cell Adenovirus Type Nonpermissive Temperature Replicative Intermediate Single Stranded Region
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