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Abstract

SUMMARY

An adenine-rich fraction has been extracted from the mycovirus infecting the Phycomycete . This fraction which accounts for approximately 8% of the total RNA is heterogeneous and contains tracts of 25 to 45 nucleotides in length. The majority of the poly(A) tracts have a mol. wt. of 1.2 × 10 and a sedimentation value of 2 to 3S.

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