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Preparation and investigation of some properties of influenza virus nucleoid

Voprosy virusologii

Mar 1, 1980

A Iu ZvonarevA K Alekseeva

PMID: 7385786

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Influenza virus nucleoid ("core") was obtained by the treatment of virions with hydrolytic enzymes without the use of fixing agents. The "core" buoyant density in sucrose density gradient was 1.24 g/cm3. The subvirus particles are completely devoid of surface proteins, glycoproteins, an...read more

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Enzymes, antithrombotic
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Alkaline Ribonuclease
Electron Microscopy, Diagnostic
Neoglycoproteins
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Preparation and investigation of some properties of influenza virus nucleoid

Voprosy virusologii

Mar 1, 1980

A Iu ZvonarevA K Alekseeva

PMID: 7385786

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Abstract

Influenza virus nucleoid ("core") was obtained by the treatment of virions with hydrolytic enzymes without the use of fixing agents. The "core" buoyant density in sucrose density gradient was 1.24 g/cm3. The subvirus particles are completely devoid of surface proteins, glycoproteins, an...read more

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M Protein, multiple myeloma
Enzymes, antithrombotic
Glycoproteins
Virion
Viral Proteins
Influenza
Avazyme
Alkaline Ribonuclease
Electron Microscopy, Diagnostic
Neoglycoproteins

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