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Aleutian disease virus, a parvovirus, is proteolytically degraded during in vivo infection in mink
Journal of Virology
The polypeptides of the highly virulent mink-passaged Utah I and the nonvirulent cell culture-adapted ADV-G strain of Aleutian disease virus (ADV) were compared. When CRFK cells infected with either Utah I or ADV-G were analyzed by immunoprecipitation, both viruses induced proteins with molecular weights characteristic of the ADV-G 85,000 (85k)and 75k-dalton structural proteins (p85 and p75) as well as the 71kdalton nonvirion protein p71. However, when Utah I, Pullman ADV, and DK ADV (a Danishdoi:10.1128/jvi.51.1.7-13.1984 fatcat:7tn5w2zf25eyheisdblnnzqglu