volume 66, issue 5, P3140-3150 1992
DOI: 10.1128/jvi.66.5.3140-3150.1992
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Abstract: During the S phase of the eukaryotic cell cycle and in virus-infected cells, DNA replication takes place at discrete sites in the nucleus, although it is not clear how the proteins involved in the replicative process are directed to these sites. Nuclear factor I is a cellular, sequence-specific DNA-binding protein utilized by adenovirus type 2 to facilitate the assembly of a nucleoprotein complex at the viral origin of DNA replication. Immunofluorescence experiments reveal that in uninfected cells, nuclear fac…

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