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The mol. wt. of the DNA from four nuclear polyhedrosis viruses isolated from and were determined to be 84, 80, 68 and 74 × 10, respectively, by electron microscopy. The molecules were demonstrated to exist as double-stranded relaxed circular or supercoiled DNA, though linear forms of DNA were also observed.

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