Hypothesis of regulation of active viral infection (lysis) of unicellular hosts in the hydrosphere

It was shown a tetranucleotide, CGCG, to inhibit infectious activities of some algal viruses by 102-104 times. This process depends on the duration of CGCG-virus contact. The results obtained seem to be interesting from the practical point of view and may be as a foundation of hypothesis of the role of DNA decay products appearing in the aquatic environment as a result of viral lysis of unicellular hosts in the smooth stop of active viral...
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