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SUMMARY

The neuraminidase activity of a culture filtrate of 3903 was separated on a Sephadex column from the oedema-producing, haemorrhage-producing and lecithinase activities. It is concluded that the neuraminidase of is not able by itself to produce oedema and haemorrhage.

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