The nucleic acid content of influenza virus

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Abstract

A study of the nucleic acid content of the Melbourne strain of influenza virus purified on aluminum phosphate columns has been presented. DNA was assayed microbiologically by a method presented in detail. Purified preparations contained about 0.1% DNA and 0.9% PNA. The possible significance of these values has been discussed. © 1956.

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Miller, H. K. (1956). The nucleic acid content of influenza virus. Virology, 2(3), 312–320. https://doi.org/10.1016/0042-6822(56)90026-5

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