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10.1002/jcp.1040760310.abs Some of the cells of every human being will grow outside the body as microorganisms. It is possible to show, in a variety of ways, that these cells resemble genetically the individual from whom they were obtained. Over 35 inherited human diseases and anomalies can now...
10.1002/jcp.1040760318.abs Based both on a review of the literature dealing with penicillinase induction as well as published data from this laboratory, the thesis is presented that penicillinase serves an important metabolic function in producing cells, far more significant than the ability to...
10.1002/jcp.1040760308.abs The genome of reoviruses consists of ten discrete segments of double‐stranded RNA. The molecular weight of three of these, the L segments, is about 2.7 × 106; of another three, the M segments, about 1.4 × 106; and of the remaining four, the S segments, 0.6–0.8 ×...
10.1002/jcp.1040760315.abs Serially‐propagated growing heteroploid and growing diploid cell cultures do not survive incubation at 42° for 24 hours, whereas contact‐inhibited diploid monolayers are still viable after at least nine days at this elevated temperature. Heat‐treated heteroploid...
10.1002/jcp.1040760316.abs Rabbit muscle aldolase in situ appears to undergo several modification reactions. One of these, specific deamidation of an asparagine residue near the COOH‐terminus, appears to account for the presence of two types of subunits in the enzyme isolated from the muscle of...
10.1002/jcp.1040760305.abs Naturally occurring defective phage particles, which do not form plaques on any known host, but have a restricted host killing range, appear to be widely distributed. The defective phages are produced spontaneously but can be induced, at much higher levels, by chemical...
10.1002/jcp.1040760311.abs The synthesis, assembly, and secretion of gamma globulin has been examined using cells from a mouse plasma cell tumor. The cells were then adapted to continuous culture and individual clones were obtained which differed from each other in the relative amounts of heavy...
10.1002/jcp.1040760306.abs To the extent that parallel experiments with picornaviruses and RNA bacteriophages can be compared, the results suggest that their mechanisms of RNA replication are basically similar, despite fundamental differences between the two groups of viruses with respect to the...
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