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Simian virus 40 small-t antigen-induced theophylline resistance is not mediated by cyclic AMP.

Small-t antigen of simian virus 40 renders CV-1 cells resistant to growth arrest induced by theophylline and other methylxanthines. Elevated levels of cyclic AMP are not involved in growth arrest of CV-1 cells by methylxanthines, and small-t antigen does not alter cyclic AMP levels dramatically after infection.[1]


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