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Virus and host cell DNA syntheses during infection of Acholeplasma laidlawii by MVL3, a nonlytic cytocidal mycoplasmavirus.

The replication of mycoplasmavirus MVL3 in Acholeplasma laidlawii K2 host cells was studied by analysis of infected-cell lysates using sedimentation in sucrose gradients and DNA-DNA hybridization. Viral DNA replication was found to involve intermediates sedimenting faster than free viral DNA, which is a linear, double-stranded molecule of about 26 x 10(6) daltons. After the shutdown of cellular DNA synthesis, viral DNA synthesis continued for many hours. The fate of cellular and parental viral DNAs was examined.[1]


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