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SUMMARY

Two electrophoretically distinct protein subunits were found in Mayaro virus, a group A arbovirus. In addition, the cytoplasm of L-929 cells infected with Mayaro virus contained five new proteins, two of which were identified as virus structural proteins. All five new proteins were present by 3 hr after infection. The slower migrating virus structural protein stimulated the production of virus-neutralizing antibody.

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