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The labelled RNAs of the three European types of foot-and-mouth disease virus (A2-; C-; O1-) have been cross-hybridized with a large excess of denatured unlabelled foot-and-mouth disease virus-specific double-stranded RNA of the respective virus types. The degree of double-strand reformation in the heterologous reactions was taken as a measure of the extent to which polynucleotide sequences were shared by the virus RNAs. Different degrees of hybridization were obtained across different pairs of virus types: A2- with O1- = 65%, A2- with C- = 44%, O1- with C- = 45%.

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1971-10-01
2019-11-15
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