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SUMMARY

The two species of RNA have been purified from the long and short particles of the multicomponent plant virus, tobacco rattle isolate CAM. 3′-End-group analysis, using the technique of periodate oxidation followed by reduction with [H]-borohydride, showed that both species of RNA had an unphosphorylated cytidine residue at the 3′ end.

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