Prof. Dr. A. K. Gitelman

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Fowl plague virus and Sendai virus were disrupted by Tween 20 in an alcaline medium. Whereas in the case of fowl plague virus sedimentation of the ribonucleoprotein (BNP) in sucrose gradients revealed three components sedimenting at 64S, 58S, and 48S, the RNP of Sendai virus showed a sedimentation coefficient of 110S only. During buoyant density studies in(More)
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