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Abstract

SUMMARY

Extracts of the leaves of and partially purified preparations of such extracts caused marked inhibition of the infection of by cucumber mosaic virus (CMV) and of the infection of monkey kidney cells and embryonated hen eggs by the A2/Hong Kong/1/68 (H3N2) strain of influenza virus.

Both viruses became non-infective when mixed with preparations of the extracts but infectivity was regained when the viruses were separated from them by centrifuging.

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