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SUMMARY

Sendai viruses were attached to liposomes (vesicular model membranes) at 0 to 4 °C, and were then incubated at 37 °C. Liposomes made of phosphatidylcholine, cholesterol and gangliosides enveloped the viruses at 37 °C to give a picture that resembles the ingestion step of phagocytosis. Virus particles were enveloped only by liposomes that contained gangliosides which serve as Sendai virus receptors.

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