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Comparative characteristics of the physicochemical properties of the vaccinal strain of measles virus L-16 and its Moscow-5 clone

Voprosy virusologii

Nov 1, 1984

O G AndzhaparidzeN M Gordienko

PMID: 6528575

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Certain physical and chemical properties of the measles virus vaccine strain L-16 and its clonal variant M-5 proposed as a duplicate of the vaccine strain were studied. The buoyant density of both viruses in sucrose was 1.18-1.19 g/cm3. Virions were found to contain 6 structural protein...read more

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Science of Morphology
Measles virus preparation
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Physicochemical Phenomena
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Comparative characteristics of the physicochemical properties of the vaccinal strain of measles virus L-16 and its Moscow-5 clone

Voprosy virusologii

Nov 1, 1984

O G AndzhaparidzeN M Gordienko

PMID: 6528575

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Abstract

Certain physical and chemical properties of the measles virus vaccine strain L-16 and its clonal variant M-5 proposed as a duplicate of the vaccine strain were studied. The buoyant density of both viruses in sucrose was 1.18-1.19 g/cm3. Virions were found to contain 6 structural protein...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Measles virus
Virion
SDS-PAGE
Viral Proteins
Science of Morphology
Measles virus preparation
Clone
Electron Microscopy
Physicochemical Phenomena
Edmonston virus

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