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Abstract

SUMMARY

A particle about one third of the length of the virus particle and containing single-stranded RNA has been found in BHK cells infected with rabies virus. The particle interferes with replication of rabies virus and contains RNA which sediments at 20S compared with 43S for virus RNA.

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