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Abstract

SUMMARY: Influenza virus filaments treated with acid on an electron microscope film developed along their length rows of spheres which were completely digested by trypsin. Influenza virus spheres similarly treated revealed trypsin-resistant polygonal rings which by their behaviour with enzymes have been identified as ribonucleoprotein.

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