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Summary

Influenza B virus exhibited haemolytic activity at low pH, but the pH profile for its activity varied from strain to strain. The results of selective heat-inactivation of the enzyme activity of neuraminidase (NA) or elimination from virions of the enzyme-active portion of the NA molecule by trypsin digestion, suggest that proteolytically cleaved haemagglutinin, but not enzyme activity of NA, is essential for haemolysis by influenza B virus.

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1982-03-01
2019-10-20
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