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L  -  RNA polymerase

Human parainfluenza virus 1

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Disease relevance of L


High impact information on L

  • The Y942H and L992F temperature-sensitive (ts) and attenuating amino acid substitution mutations, previously identified in the L polymerase of the HPIV3cp45 vaccine candidate, were introduced into homologous positions of the L polymerase of recombinant human parainfluenza virus type 1 (rHPIV1) [1].
  • Mutant SV P or hPIV1 P cDNAs, which do not express C proteins, showed the same phenotype with wild-type P cDNAs, indicating that C proteins are not responsible for the dysfunction of SV P--hPIV1 L polymerase complex [3].


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