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SUMMARY

Maize dwarf mosaic virus strain B was purified to apparent homogeneity. Virus protein migrated as a single component in polyacrylamide gels and had a mol. wt. of 36500 when estimated by sodium dodecyl sulphate gel electrophoresis but 28500 as determined by amino acid analyses. A total of 264 amino acid residues are present in the protein. The virus contains 6% RNA based on its phosphorus content (0.54 ± 0.07%) and the nucleotide composition of its nucleic acid (33.54% adenylic acid, 20.21% guanylic acid, 16.21% cytidylic acid, and 30.01% uridylic acid).

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