Soluble antigens obtained from influenza virus by treatment with non-ionic detergent.

Abstract

Highly purified influenza virus was degraded using anionic and non-ionic detergents. Best results were obtained using the non-ionic detergent Triton N 101. Tests showed that virus extracts contained neuraminidase and a substance that reacted specifically with rabbit antibody to virus haemagglutinin (specific serum blocking substance). Haemagglutination… (More)

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@article{Corbel1970SolubleAO, title={Soluble antigens obtained from influenza virus by treatment with non-ionic detergent.}, author={Michael J. Corbel and Charles J Rondle}, journal={The Journal of hygiene}, year={1970}, volume={68 1}, pages={81-96} }