METHOD OF LUMINESCENCE RADIOAUTOGRAPHY FOR STUDYING THE NATURE OF SYNTHESIS OF NUCLEIC COMPONENTS IN THE PROCESS OF DEVELOPMENT OF ORNITHOSIS VIRUS
FORT DETRICK FREDERICK MD
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A study of the development of the ornithosis virus in a cell culture with the help of luminescence microscopy makes it possible to clearly determine the stage of development of cytoplasmic viral inclusions based on cytochemical indices of the presence of viral RNA and DNA. The method of radioautography makes it possible to establish the intensity of synthesis of viral and cellular DNA. The combining of the merits of both methods simplifies the work and, by excluding parallelism, makes it possible to consider the findings of radioautography by comparing them with cytochemical indices.