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Preparation of individual fragments of influenza virus rna by preparative electrophoresis in poly acrylamide gel

, : Preparation of individual fragments of influenza virus rna by preparative electrophoresis in poly acrylamide gel. Voprosy Virusologii (3): 275-277

The data are presented indicating that it is possible to produce individual fragments of influenza virus RNA in preparative amounts and without acrylamide admixtures by preparative electrophoresis in polyacrylamide gel.

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