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A striking feature of the development of rubella virus in RK 13 cells was the presence of virus-like particles at the surface of the infected cells. These particles were not seen inside the cell cytoplasm or nucleus, nor were they identified in uninfected cultures. They were pleomorphic, with some evidence of substructure. Their appearance coincided with the development of new infective virus; they may, therefore, be mature virus particles.

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1969-04-01
2019-11-14
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