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SUMMARY

A Yucaipa-like virus (PLOC/Senegal/273/77) was grown in embryonated chicken eggs and used for biochemical investigations after purification. The genome of the virus is composed of one fragment of single-stranded (ss)RNA with an estimated mol. wt. of 5.6 × 10. There are six virus structural polypeptides with mol. wt. of 126000, 68000 (major), 60000, 52000 (major), 44000 and 39000 (major). The fatty acid composition of the virus envelope seems to be very selective since we found only fatty acids containing 14 and 16 carbon atoms.

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