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SUMMARY

During the propagation of A (HN) influenza virus in chick embryos, incorporation of H-thymidine into virions takes place, whereas no such incorporation occurs with Newcastle disease virus. Incorporation of H-thymidine is a result of DNA synthesis. This virion-associated DNA is present in cores obtained after treatment of virions with bromelain.

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