Studies on the sedimentation of influenza virus

@article{Gard2005StudiesOT,
  title={Studies on the sedimentation of influenza virus},
  author={Sven Gard and Preben von Magnus and Arne Svedmyr and Aksel Birch‐Andersen},
  journal={Archiv f{\"u}r die gesamte Virusforschung},
  year={2005},
  volume={4},
  pages={591-611}
}
In 1946 von Magnus 1 described the phenomenon of "autointerference" which was observed in mice or eggs infected with influenza virus obtained on egg passage of undiluted allantoic fluid in series. The biological aspects of this phenomenon are dealt with in a series of articles by the same author 2-5. In a preliminary paper on the physicoehemical properties of different preparations, Gard and von Magnus 6 concluded that the capacity of autointerference was linked to the appearance in the… 
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