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Adsorption of u.v.-inactivated Sendai virus on to NIL8 hamster cells causes fusion of the cells into polykaryocytes within 2 h. ‘Infected’ cells were incubated at 37 °C for periods of 10 min to 8 h and their surface proteins iodinated with [I] catalysed by peroxidase. Structural components of the viral envelope, such as haemagglutinin-neuraminidase (HN) and probably also the fusion protein (F) were detected in the cell membrane for periods up to 4 h post infection.

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