Some investigators of 1950s focused their attention on viruses containing protein and RNA, but no DNA. The poliomyelitis virus, influenza virus and the virus that causes mosaic disease in tobacco plants (TMV) were thus shown to have genes made of RNA. Earlier in 1935 W. M. Stanley had reported the isolation of a crystalline protein […]
Genes of Some Viruses are Made of RNA | Genetics
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