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Abstract

SUMMARY

Virus-specific double-stranded RNA molecules extracted from x7 strain influenza virus infected cells were characterized by electron microscopy. Molecules 0.33, 0.67, and 1.0 μm in length were frequently observed, and possibly five or more subunits could be identified.

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