Identification and some properties of a unique DNA polymerase from cells infected with human B-lymphotropic virus.

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A new DNA polymerase and DNase activity were identified from cells infected with human B-lymphotropic herpesvirus (HBLV). DNA polymerase associated with HBLV infection was similar in its sensitivity to inhibition by ppi analogs as other herpesvirus-specific DNA polymerases but was dissimilar in its inhibition by certain nucleoside triphosphates.

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