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1. Intracellular distribution and sedimentation properties of virus-specific RNA in two clones of BHK cells transformed by polyoma virus.

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2. Artifacts in the centrifugation of ribosomal and heterogenous ribonucleic acid in "99%-dimethyl sulphoxide" gradients.

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3. General occurrence and transcription of intervening sequences in mouse genes expressed via polyadenylated mRNA.

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4. Removal of RNase activity from DNase by affinity chromatography on agarose coupled aminophenylphosphoryl-uridine-2' (3')-phosphate.

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5. Cloning, sequence determination, and expression in transfected cells of the coding sequence for the tox 176 attenuated diphtheria toxin A chain.

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6. Symmetric-strand packaging of recombinant parvovirus LuIII genomes that retain only the terminal regions.

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7. Reiter's disease of a urachal remnant.

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8. Herpesvirus infection alters the steady-state levels of cellular polyadenylated RNA in polyoma virus-transformed BHK cells.

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9. The capsid determinant of fibrotropism for the MVMp strain of minute virus of mice functions via VP2 and not VP1.

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10. Assay of DNA-RNA hybrids by S1 nuclease digestion and adsorption to DEAE-cellulose filters.

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