Electron Microscope Studies on the Interaction of Certain Viruses with Fowl Red Cell Membranes


THE red cell agglutination test1 has proved an invaluable means for the rapid assay of certain viruses, namely, influenza, Newcastle disease, fowl plague and mumps, and furthermore the red cell – virus system is serving as an experimental model for investigating some of the factors involved when a virus attacks a susceptible cell2,3. We have for some time… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/163063b0


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