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||EBV DNA polymerase was purified from B95-8 cells, which is a virus-producing marmoset lymphoblastoid cell line immortalized with human EBV from a mononucleosis patient, and treated with phorbol 12-myristate 13-acetate (PMA) and sodium n-butyrate as described in a previous report [ref 11].
||Competition experiments revealed that the EBV DNA polymerase had significantly higher affinity for primer termini hybridized to the template DNA than for the single-stranded DNA template or the single-stranded primer itself. ATP was not required either for primer terminus recognition or for sustainment of polymerization.