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Abstract

SUMMARY: Particles of influenza, mumps, fowl plague, Newcastle disease and Sendai viruses were adsorbed on electron microscope films and treated with acid, trypsin and ribonuclcase. All of these viruses contained trypsin-resistant rings of ribonucleoprotein and with some strains these rings showed lines of staining which may indicate the arrangement of the nucleic acid.

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1957-06-01
2019-10-17
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