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SUMMARY

iridescent virus and iridescent virus were found to be serologically related by complement-fixation, tube-precipitation and agar-gel diffusion tests. They were unrelated to mosquito iridescent virus when compared by complement fixation. The virus isolated from (L.), (L.) and (L.) larvae behaved identically in the system tested and were related to, but distinct from virus particles isolated from Meigen larvae. It is suggested that host antigens are incorporated in the virus particle.

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