By G. E. W.; Knight, Julie (Editors) Wolstenholme

Content:
Chapter 1 Chairman's establishing comments (pages 1–4): Sir Christopher Andrewes
Chapter 2 The constitution of Myxoviruses and its organic importance (pages 5–26): J.G. Cruickshank
Chapter three a number of the Virus?Specific devices Produced via Myxovirus?Infected Cells (pages 27–50): R. Rott and W. Schafer
Chapter four results of Inhibitors of Nucleic Acid Synthesis at the construction of Myxoviruses (pages 51–75): R.D. Barry
Chapter five Labelling of Cells contaminated with Myxoviruses (pages 76–95): S.C. Arya and F. Fulton
Chapter 6 influence of Actinomycin D at the Replication of Newcastle sickness and Influenza Viruses (pages 96–119): A. Granoff and D.W. Kingsbury
Chapter 7 position of the skin country within the improvement of Myxoviruses (pages 120–151): H.A. Blough
Chapter eight impression of innovative Iodination of Influenza Virus on its organic homes (pages 152–186): L. Hoyle
Chapter nine Genetic reviews with Influenza a virulent disease (pages 187–217): R.W. Simpson
Chapter 10 Genetic variations of Influenza Virus which range in Reactivity with Receptors and Antibodies (pages 218–245): P.W. Choppin and that i. Tamm
Chapter eleven The Antibody reaction (pages 246–271): S. Fazekas de St. Grothan and R. G. Webster
Chapter 12 Analytical, Serological and scientific stories with the Haemagglutinating Subunits of Influenza an outbreak (pages 272–298): F.M. Davenporat, A.V. Hennessy, J. Drescher and R.G. Webster
Chapter thirteen power an infection of L mobilephone Cultures by way of Myxoviruses (pages 299–316): W. Henle
Chapter 14 mobile and Humoral components of Defence opposed to Virus an infection (pages 317–354): A.A. Smorodintsev

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Why is it that to m y knowledge they have never been seen within the cytoplasiii of the cell in the electron microscope ? Schiifer: These particles are breakdown products of the endoplasniic reticulum. , and Schafer, W. [1961]. , 16b, 3 10). Tyrrell: I wonder what the significance is of the lipid found in some of the particles from infected cells, particularly the viromicrosomes, which apparently have a relatively large amount of lipid; you mentioned that they niay come from endoplasmic reticulum, Professor Schafer, DISCUSSION 49 and that the lipid may be primarily derived from that structure.

P. (1962). ), 193, 1163. WATERSON, A. , and CRUICKSHANK, J. G. (1963). Z . , 18b, 114. WATERSON, A. P. (1964). 1rt Newcastle Disease Virus as an Evolving Pathogen, p. 119, ed. Hanson, R. P. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press. , and SCHAFER,W. (1957). Z. , Izb, 483. WECKER, E. (1957). Z. , Izb, 208. DISCUSSION Morgari: I should like to raise a point which in no way conflicts with Dr. Cruickshank's excellent summary but does add complications to the interpretation and should be kept in mind in the discussion.

SCHAFER,W. (1963). Bart. , 27, I . , and ROTT,R. (1959). Z . , 14b, 629. , and MUNK,K. (1954). Z . , 9b, 329. ,and ROTT,R. (1963). ), 199, 200. ,and ROTT,R. (1964). Virology, 22, 169. , and GARD,S. (1954). ),173, 1041. WATERSON, A. ,and ROTT,R. (1963). Arch. ges. , 13, 577. WATERSON, A. , and SCHAFER, W. (1961). Z . , 16b, I 54. , and SCHLESINGER, R. W. (1954). J. exp. , 100,203. DISCUSSION Belyavin: In your demonstration of the antigenic similarity between the s-antigen and the g-antigen using the imniuno-diffusion technique, Professor Schafer, were you not perhaps surprised that such a relatively large structure as the intact g-antigen should diffuse so readily in the agar ?

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