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Abstract

The filamentous haemagglutinin of has been purified from static, liquid culture supernatants and from extracts of cells grown on a solid medium. SDS-PAGE of the purified protein has shown multiple polypeptides with molecular weights ranging from 220000 to about 58000. By transferring the SDS-dissociated polypeptides to nitrocellulose paper and reacting with several monoclonal antibodies, it has been shown that many of the polypeptides are probably fragments of the polypeptide of highest molecular weight.

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