Symposium on Relationship of Structure of Microorganisais to Their 1-maiunological Properties'

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Viruses, despite their small size as compared with bacteria, in most cases do not consist of a single antigenic component. By differential centrifugation, it is possible to separate virusspecific antigenic components from the particles themselves. Since these antigens have a lower sedimentation constant than the virus particles, they have been called… (More)

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@inproceedings{RELATIONSHIP1999SymposiumOR, title={Symposium on Relationship of Structure of Microorganisais to Their 1-maiunological Properties'}, author={V. RELATIONSHIP and ELECTRON MIICROSCOPY and Klaus Hummeler and Edgar E. Ribi}, year={1999} }