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Abstract

SUMMARY

A proteolytic activity has been found associated with purified preparations of sowthistle yellow vein virus. The activity selectively digests the M and M proteins after dissociation of the virus with Nonidet P 40 (NP40), and is not stopped by several inhibitors of proteases.

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