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Journal of Virology
Poliovirus interactions with host cells were investigated by studying the formation of ribonucleoprotein complexes at the 3 end of poliovirus negative-strand RNA which are presumed to be involved in viral RNA synthesis. It was previously shown that two host cell proteins with molecular masses of 36 and 38 kDa bind to the 3 end of viral negative-strand RNA at approximately 3 to 4 h after infection. We tested the hypothesis that preexisting cellular proteins are modified during the course ofdoi:10.1128/jvi.71.1.578-585.1997 fatcat:duqjrkfb2vbidljnu3vii5ubs4