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SUMMARY

A variety of cells infected with different enveloped RNA viruses are specifically agglutinated by Concanavalin A. The production of envelope-components seems to be essential for the agglutinability of cells infected with myxovirus. A strong flocculation of purified virus particles by Concanavalin A indicates that the specific receptor of the host cell membrane is incorporated into the virus envelope.

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