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Chou, J; Roizman, B (1989) Characterization of DNA sequence-common and sequence-specific proteins binding to cis-acting sites for cleavage of the terminal a sequence of the herpes simplex virus 1 genome. J Virol 63:1059-68
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Kristie, T M; Roizman, B (1988) Differentiation and DNA contact points of host proteins binding at the cis site for virion-mediated induction of alpha genes of herpes simplex virus 1. J Virol 62:1145-57
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