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The relationship between the cell viability and frequency of cell with Epstein-Barr virus (EBV)-associated nuclear antigen was investigated in cultures of 4 EBV-carrier lymphoblastoid cell lines, by means of anti-complement immunofluorescence. The percentages of viable cells and those of EB nuclear antigen-positive cells were close to each other in the entire course of cultivation of all cell lines. This leads to a conclusion that absence of EB nuclear antigen in a given cell population shouldpmid:168112 fatcat:eokm4piy6rh77kvhiafvapo2uy