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Subject index A Adenovirus, - inactivation by UV-irradiation and nitrous acid, Wassermann, 335 Agar gel electrophoresis, use of - - - in electron microscopic analysis of virus particles, Wein- traub et al., 196 Aphid vector, - - affected by electrostatics, Bradley, 95 Aster yellows virus, acquisition and inoculum times in transmission of - - - by single leaf- hoppers, Lee, 394 Avian leukosis virus, tolerance and immunity in chicken after infection with - - - , Rubin et al., 143; - - - associated with stocks of Rous sarcoma virus, Rubin and Vogt, 194 B Bacteriophage, conversion of male bacteria of E. coli K-12 to resistance to f - by infection with the episome “resistance transfer” factor, Complement fixation test, see Fluorescent antibody technique Coxsackie virus, physical and chemical properties of - - A9 and AlO, Mattern, 520 Cucumber mosaic virus, see Tobacco mosaic virus D Deoxyribonucleic acid, detection of cytoplasmic - - and nucleoproteins with antinuclear serum, Rapp and Friend, 497; stimulation of - - synthesizing enzymes of cultured human cells by vaccinia virus, Green and Piiia, 603 Deoxyribonucleic acid polymerase, (see also De- oxyribonucleic acid) ; - - - and deoxyribonu- cleotide kinase activities in cells infected with vaccinia virus, Magee, 604 Deoxyribonucleotide kinase, see Deoxyribonucleic acid pol ymerase E Watanabe et al., 217; phenotypic expression of recombinants arising in - infected bacteria, Electron microscope studies, see Tobacco mosaic Sechaud and Streisinger, 387 virus, wound-tumor virus, agar gel electrophoresis, Bacteriophage X, heterozygosis and recombination street rabies virus, reovirus, and yellow fever virus of - -, Kellenberger et al., 44; properties and Enterovirus, nomenclature of -, Andrewes, 221 origin of transducing particles in low frequency transduction by - -, Fraser, 397 F Bacteriophage 4X174, improved procedure for Fibroma virus, see Myxoma virus purification of - -, Rueckert et al., 204 Fluorescent antibody technique, (see also Reo- Bacteriophage P22, density gradient centrifuga- virus) ; smear technique for detecting virus anti- tion of - -, Sheppard, 212; effect of P32 decay gens in insect vector by - - -, Sinha and on transduction by --, Hartman and Kozin- Black, 582; - - - and complement fixation ski, 233; effect of X-rays on transduction by test for detection of SV40 virus, Shein and - -, Takebe and Hartman, 295 Levinthal, 595 Bacteriophage Tl, influence of metabolic state of Friend virus, induction of leukemia in rats with host bacteria on survival of - - irradiated with - -, Mirand and Grace, Jr., 364 ultraviolet light, Sauerbier, 164 Bacteriophage T2, interaction of adsorption co- G factors with ~ ~ and T4, Brenner et al., 30 Bacteriophage T4, see Bacteriophage TB Genetic studies, see Bacteriophage, bacteriophage X, Barley stripe mosaic virus, stability of purified and vaccinia virus - - - -, Brakke, 131 Bovine papular stomatitis virus, morphology of H - - ~ -, Nagington et al., 361 Hemagglutinating virus of Japan, see Sendai virus C Hemagglutinin, simple procedure for purification of viral -, Mizutani et al., 210 Cesium chloride density gradients, see Shope Herpes virus, interaction of - - and HeLa cells : papilloma virus comparison of cell killing and infective center Coliphage, see Bacteriophage formation, Vantsis and Wildy, 225 610

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A

Adenovirus, - inactivation by UV-irradiation and nitrous acid, Wassermann, 335

Agar gel electrophoresis, use of - - - in electron microscopic analysis of virus particles, Wein- traub et al., 196

Aphid vector, - - affected by electrostatics, Bradley, 95

Aster yellows virus, acquisition and inoculum times in transmission of - - - by single leaf- hoppers, Lee, 394

Avian leukosis virus, tolerance and immunity in chicken after infection with - - - , Rubin et al., 143; - - - associated with stocks of Rous sarcoma virus, Rubin and Vogt, 194

B

Bacteriophage, conversion of male bacteria of E. coli K-12 to resistance to f - by infection with the episome “resistance transfer” factor,

Complement fixation test, see Fluorescent antibody technique

Coxsackie virus, physical and chemical properties of - - A9 and AlO, Mattern, 520

Cucumber mosaic virus, see Tobacco mosaic virus

D

Deoxyribonucleic acid, detection of cytoplasmic - - and nucleoproteins with antinuclear serum, Rapp and Friend, 497; stimulation of - - synthesizing enzymes of cultured human cells by vaccinia virus, Green and Piiia, 603

Deoxyribonucleic acid polymerase, (see also De- oxyribonucleic acid) ; - - - and deoxyribonu- cleotide kinase activities in cells infected with vaccinia virus, Magee, 604

Deoxyribonucleotide kinase, see Deoxyribonucleic acid pol ymerase

E Watanabe et al., 217; phenotypic expression of recombinants arising in - infected bacteria, Electron microscope studies, see Tobacco mosaic

Sechaud and Streisinger, 387 virus, wound-tumor virus, agar gel electrophoresis,

Bacteriophage X, heterozygosis and recombination street rabies virus, reovirus, and yellow fever virus

of - -, Kellenberger et al., 44; properties and Enterovirus, nomenclature of -, Andrewes, 221

origin of transducing particles in low frequency transduction by - -, Fraser, 397

F

Bacteriophage 4X174, improved procedure for Fibroma virus, see Myxoma virus purification of - -, Rueckert et al., 204 Fluorescent antibody technique, (see also Reo-

Bacteriophage P22, density gradient centrifuga- virus) ; smear technique for detecting virus anti- tion of - -, Sheppard, 212; effect of P32 decay gens in insect vector by - - -, Sinha and on transduction by --, Hartman and Kozin- Black, 582; - - - and complement fixation ski, 233; effect of X-rays on transduction by test for detection of SV40 virus, Shein and - -, Takebe and Hartman, 295 Levinthal, 595

Bacteriophage Tl, influence of metabolic state of Friend virus, induction of leukemia in rats with host bacteria on survival of - - irradiated with - -, Mirand and Grace, Jr., 364 ultraviolet light, Sauerbier, 164

Bacteriophage T2, interaction of adsorption co- G factors with ~ ~ and T4, Brenner et al., 30

Bacteriophage T4, see Bacteriophage TB Genetic studies, see Bacteriophage, bacteriophage X,

Barley stripe mosaic virus, stability of purified and vaccinia virus

- - - -, Brakke, 131 Bovine papular stomatitis virus, morphology of H

- - ~ -, Nagington et al., 361 Hemagglutinating virus of Japan, see Sendai virus

C Hemagglutinin, simple procedure for purification

of viral -, Mizutani et al., 210

Cesium chloride density gradients, see Shope Herpes virus, interaction of - - and HeLa cells : papilloma virus comparison of cell killing and infective center

Coliphage, see Bacteriophage formation, Vantsis and Wildy, 225

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I

Influenza virus (see also Vesicular stomatitis virus) ; correlation of structure with infectivity of - -, Moore el al., 470; structure and composition of myxoviruses. III. interaction of - - particles with cytoplasmic particles derived from normal chorioallantoic membrane cells, Hoyle et al, 533

Insect vectors, see Aphid vectors, vesicular stomati- tis virus, potato virus Y, sugar beet yellows virus, aster yellows virus, and jluorescent antibody tech- nique

Interference, see Vesicular stomatitis virus, and tobacco mosaic virus

Interferon, comparison of methods for - assay, Sreevalsan and Lockart, Jr., 207; inhibitory ac- tion of -produced in chick cultures infected with sindbis virus, Ho, 262; quantitative studies on viral interfence in L cells: effect of interfer- ing viruses and-on growth rate of cells, Paucker et al., 324; characteristics of-from embryonated eggs infected with Newcastle dis- ease virus, Levine, 593

Isatin @-thiosemicarbazone, see Vaccinia virus

Lymphocytic choriomeningitis virus, foot pad re- action of mice to - - -, Hotchin, 215

M

Measles virus, growth of - - in KB cells, Kohn and Yassky, 157; photoinactivation of - -, Cutchins and Dayhuff, 420

Mengo virus, pH and thermal stability of -, Speir, 588

Myxoma virus, plaque assays for - - and fibroma virus and differentiation of the viruses by plaque form, Padgett et al., 462

Myxovirus, (see also Influenza virus); human blood group activity associated with a -, Isacson and Holden, 494

N

Newcastle disease virus, (see also Vesicular stoma- titis virus) ; host - controlled variation in - - -, Drake and Lay, 56; characteristics of interferon from embryonated eggs infected with - - -, Levine, 593

Nitrous acid, see Poliovirus, and adenovirus Nucleic acid, (see also CThiouraciZ ribonucleic

acid, and deoxyribonucleic acid); method for staining virus particles and identifying - - type in electron microscope, Smith and Mel- nick. 489

Nucleoprotein, see Deoxyribonucleic acid

0

Oncogenic substance, see Simian virus .+O Organic acids, see Tobacco mosaic virus

P

Phage, see Bacteriophage Photoinactivation, see Measles virus Plant virus, (see also 8-Thiouracil, and poluamine);

- - invasion and multiplication during leaf histogenesis, Solberg and Bald, 359; antiviral factor in - - infected plants, Sela and Apple- baum, 543; inducing partial protection in the host plant with native - - protein, Loeben- stein, 574; purification of a - - by filtration through granulated agar, Van Regenmortel, 601

Poliovirus, mutation of type 3 -with nitrous acid, Carp and Koprowski, 99; photodynamic demonstration of two stages in - growth, Wil- son and Cooper, 195; influence of chick embryo age on assay of - RNA in embryonated eggs, Denys and Prinzie, 216; separation of - ribo- nucleic acid from cellular ribonucleic acid, Kubinski and Koch, 219; on agar polysaccharide and -marker, Ago1 and Chumakova, 221; - growth in cotton-plugged monkey kidney cell cultures, Mosley and Enders, 252; use of sodium dodecyl sulfate in studies of interaction of - and HeLa cells, Mandel, 288; virus-polysac- charide interactions. II. enhancement of plaque formation and detection of variants of - with dextran sulfate, Takemoto and Liebhaber, 499

Polyamine, nature of - in plant viruses, Johnson and Markham, 276

Polyoma virus, purification of - - T, Sheinin, 426; cell transformation by - - in hamster and, mouse cells, Sachs et al., 491

Polysaccharide-virus interactions, see Poliovirus Potato virus Y, topical susceptibility of tobacco

leaves to - - - inoculated by aphids, Bradley, 357

Protein synthesis, see Ribonucleic acid

R

Raspberry ringspot virus, transmission of - - by Longidorus elongatus, Taylor, 493

Reovirus, cytochemical, fluorescent antibody, and electron microscopic studies on the growth of - (ECHO 10) in tissue culture; Rhim et al., 342; -type 3: physical characteristics and in- teraction with L cells, Gomatos et al., 441; reac- tive sites of - type 3 and interaction with re- ceptor substances, Gomatos and Tamm, 455, morphology of -, Vasquez and Tournier, 503; fine structure of -, a new member of the icosa- hedral series, Jordan and Mayor, 597

Ribonucleic acid, (see also Nucleic acid and deoxy- ribonucleic acid) ; relationship between viral --- and viral protein synthesis, Wecker et oz., 110; influence of chick embryo age on assay of poliovirus - - in embryonated eggs, Denys,

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Jr. and Prinzie, 216; separation of poliovirus - - from cellular - -, Kubinski and Koch, 219

Rinderpest virus, morphology of - - Plowright et al., 118

Rous sarcoma virus, see Avian leukosis virus

s

Salmonella phage, see Bacteriophage Sendai virus, host-induced modification of hemag-

glutinating virus of Japan (HVJ, - -) in its hemolytic and cytopathic activity, Matsumoto and Maeno, 563

floated on water or on organic acids, Taniguchi, 40; electron microscopic observation of - - - structure, Mattern, 76; release of inhibited - - - following irradiation with ultraviolet light Rappaport and Wu, 411; interference between cucumber mosaic virus and - - - on different hosts, N&any and Sela, 549

Transduction, see Bacteriophage P22, and bacteri- ophage h

Turnip yellow mosaic virus? see 2-Thiouracil

U

Shope papilloma virus, fractionation of - - - in cesium chloride density gradients, Breedis et cd., 84

Ultraviolet irradiation studies, see Bacteriophage Tl, vesicular stomatitis virus, adenovirus, to- bacco mosaic virus, and sugar beet yellows virus

Simian virus 40, (see also Fluorsecent antibody tecknipue); identification of the oncogenic sub- stance in monkey kidney cell cultures as - - -, Eddy et al., 65

Sindbis virus, see Interferon Sodium dodecyl sulfate, see Poliovirus Street rabies virus, electron microscopy of nerve

cells infected with - - -, Matsumoto, 198 Sugar beet yellows virus, effect of treating stylets

of aphids with formalin on transmission of - - - -, Sylvester and Bradley, 381; effect of keep- ing viruliferous aphids on plants or glass on transmission of - - - -, Bradley, 571; do aphids carry ~ - - - in their stylets: evi- dence from ultraviolet irradiat,ion, Bradley and Sylvester, 599

V

Vaccinia virus, surface structures of chemically treated - - revealed by negative staining, Mc- Crea et al., 208; interference with maturation of - - by isatinp-thiosemicarbazone, 245; surface fine structure of - -, Noyes, 282; multiplicity reactivation and marker rescue with - -, Abel, 511; stimulation of DNA synthesizing enzymes of cultured human cells by - - infection, Green and Pifia, 603; DNA polymerase and deoxyri- bonucleotide kinase activities in cells infected with - -, Magee, 604

Sulfhydryl reagents, effects of - - on infectivity of some virus, Allison et al., 171; observations on inactivation of viruses by - -, Allison, 176

T

Vesicular stomatitis virus, (see also Interferon); multiplication of - - - in mosquit.oes, Muss- gay and Suarez, 202; quantitative studies on viral interference in L cells. I. growth character- istics and interfering activities of - - -, New- castle disease virus, and influenza A virus, Paucker et al., 301; II. factors affecting inter- ference by UV-irradiated Newcastle disease virus against - - -, Cantell et al., 312

2.Thiouracil, inhibition of plant virus multiplica- tion by -, Francki, 1; infectivity of tobacco mosaic virus from tobacco leaves treated with -, Francki, 9; relation between incorporation of - into TMV nucleic acid and virus inhibit,ion, Francki andMatthews, 22; effects of - onmulti- plication of turnip yellow mosaic virus, Francki and Matthews, 367

W

Western equine encephalitis virus, plaque mutants of - - - -, Ushijima et al., 356

Wound-tumor virus, electron microscopy of - - -, Bils and Hall, 123

X Tobacco mosaic virus, infectivity of - - - from

tobacco leaves treated with 2-thiouracil, Francki, 9; relation between incorporation of 2.thiouracil into - - - nucleic acid and virus inhibition, Francki and Matthews, 22; organic acids found in - - - infected tobacco leaves

X-ray studies, see Bacteriophage P22

Y

Yellow fever virus, demonstration of - - - in electron microscope, Bergold and Weibel, 554