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Modification of human red cells by virus action; the receptor gradient for virus action in human red cells.
Electrophoretic studies of virus-red cell interaction: mobility gradient of cells treated with viruses of the influenza group and the receptor-destroying enzyme of V. cholerae.
The production of vaccinia haemagglutinin in rabbit skin.
The receptor-destroying enzyme of V. cholerae.
The haemagglutinins of vaccinia and ectromelia viruses.
Desquamation of intestinal epithelium in vitro by V. cholerae filtrates; characterization of mucinase and tissue disintegrating enzymes.
Effect of Hæmagglutinating Viruses on the Electrophoretic Mobility of Human Erythrocytes
THE enzymic activity of influenza viruses, recently characterized in chemical terms for the substrate ovomucin1, was first suggested by Hirst2, who showed that, following the agglutination of… Expand
The failure of antibody production in the chick embryo.
Prevention of virus infection with enzyme of V. cholerae, studies with influenza virus in mice.
- J. D. Stone
- Biology, Medicine
- The Australian journal of experimental biology…
- 1 July 1948