Polyomavirus Life Cycle



Viral Life Cycle Helical Domain Nonpermissive Cell Displace Strand SV40 Replication 



We thank Dr. Kun Zhao for editorial assistance, present and former members of the Fanning Lab, Jeff Brodsky, Walter Chazin, Xiaojiang Chen, Jim Pipas, and Tim Peters for stimulating discussion, Kevin Harvey (EMD BioScience) for anti-phospho-ATM, and the NIGMS (GM52948), NCI (P30 CA068485 to Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center), HHMI Professors Program (52003905), and Vanderbilt University for research support. We apologize to the many colleagues whose work could not be cited directly due to space constraints.


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