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SUMMARY

The cell-fusing ability of Newcastle disease virus (NDV) was quantified using flow microfluorometry (FMF). The rate of polykaryocyte formation, fusion dependence on multiplicity of infection, and cell fusion differences for 21 NDV strains were measured using this technique. No correlation was found between the virulence of a virus strain and its cell fusion index calculated from the FMF data.

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