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SUMMARY

The immunological relationships between the two newly discovered serotypes of enteric adenoviruses, Ad40 and Ad41, and antisera to human adenoviruses representing all subgroups were studied by solid-phase immune electron microscopy. A pronounced two-way cross-reaction was seen between Ad40 (subgroup F) and Ad41 (subgroup G). Furthermore, a distinct one-way cross-reaction was noted between adenovirus type 4 antiserum (subgroup E) and virions of Ad40.

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