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43 References . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 1 Introduction Over the past 20 years studies on the replication of adenovirus DNA have contributed not only to an understanding of the mechanics of adenovirus DNA replication, but have also shed light on basic processes such as the assembly of nucleoprotein complexes and virus-host interactions. This subject has been reviewed extensively (HAY and RUSSELL 1989; STILLMAN 1989; VAN DER VLIET 1990; SALAS 1991), but a number of recent findings have suggested that the time may be ripe for further evaluation of new developments in the field.
It also prevents other end-binding proteins such as the NFIV/Ku protein to enter the DNA and block replication (DE VRIES et al. 1989). Also, TP-DNA has been shown to attach tightly to the nuclear matrix throughout the course of infection (BODNAR et al. 1989; SCHAACK et al. 1990b). Matrix association may Adenovirus DNA Replication 19 localize the viral genome to particular nuclear compartments in which replication and transcription factors could be concentrated, as shown by the appearance of replication foci in infected cells.