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Abstract

SUMMARY: Virus-free extracts of rabies-infected suckling mouse brains contain a relatively large antigen which is slowly sedimentable at 70,000 and resistant to trypsin; a smaller antigen which is destroyed by trypsin; probably at least two antigens of intermediate size also probably sensitive to trypsin. The antigens differ but slightly from each other and from one or more brain components in electrophoretic mobility in agar and in chromatographic behaviour on DEAE cellulose.

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1962-03-01
2020-01-26
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