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Sakhalin antigenic group (Bunyaviridae family)

Voprosy virusologii

Mar 1, 1981

D K L'vovE A Gushchina

PMID: 6791385

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Serological study of viruses belonging to the Sakhalin group showed Paramushir virus isolated in the USSR and Avalon virus isolated in Canada to be identical in all the tests used. The data on the cultural properties of the Sakhalin group viruses, the virions buoyant densities in sucros...read more

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Bunyaviridae
Virion
Science of Morphology
Paramushir virus
Electron Microscopy
Morphogenesis
Avalon virus
Sucrose
Antigens, Viral
Immunodiffusion Measurement
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Sakhalin antigenic group (Bunyaviridae family)

Voprosy virusologii

Mar 1, 1981

D K L'vovE A Gushchina

PMID: 6791385

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Abstract

Serological study of viruses belonging to the Sakhalin group showed Paramushir virus isolated in the USSR and Avalon virus isolated in Canada to be identical in all the tests used. The data on the cultural properties of the Sakhalin group viruses, the virions buoyant densities in sucros...read more

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Bunyaviridae
Virion
Science of Morphology
Paramushir virus
Electron Microscopy
Morphogenesis
Avalon virus
Sucrose
Antigens, Viral
Immunodiffusion Measurement

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