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Absorption and centrifugation studies established that the haemagglutinin specifically associated with suckling mouse tissue infected with Coxsackie A7 virus is particulate but distinct from the infectious particle. The haemagglutinin resembles other enteroviral haemagglutinins in being inactivated by -chloromercuribenzoic acid. This property, together with other physical and chemical properties, suggests that the haemagglutinin is a protein. There is a serological relationship between the haemagglutinin and other non-haemagglutinating, serologically reactive substances present in tissues infected with Coxsackie A7 virus.

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