Activation of rnase l in egyptian rousette bat-derived RoNi/7 cells is dependent primarily on OAS3 and independent of mavs signaling

Yize Li, Beihua Dong, Zuzhang Wei, Robert H. Silverman, Susan R. Weiss

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