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Heat stability of hemagglutlnln of various strains of Newcastle disease virus



Heat stability of hemagglutlnln of various strains of Newcastle disease virus



Proc. Soc. exp. Biol, N.Y., 70: 283-287



The stability of the haemagglutinin of different Newcastle disease virus strains, when subjected to increased temperatures, has been found to vary over a wide range. The stability of the haemagglutinin of 1 isolate was destroyed at 56 degrees C in a period as short as 5 minutes, and that of another was diminished only after 6 hours exposure. The stability of the haemagglutinin of Newcastle virus is discussed in relationship to influenza viruses. A rektion of heat stability of strains to place and time of isolation is observed.

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