Electrophoresis of Animal Viruses and their Neutralizing Antibodies in Low Concentrations

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A PERUSAL of the literature dealing with the physico-chemical properties of animal viruses and their neutralizing antibodies reveals the fact that very little attention has been given to the mobility in an electric field of these important substances.

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POLSON, A. Electrophoresis of Animal Viruses and their Neutralizing Antibodies in Low Concentrations. Nature 145, 27 (1940). https://doi.org/10.1038/145027a0

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