Liquid crystalline substances from virus-infected plants

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Bawden, F. C., Pirie, N. W., Bernal, J. D. and Fankuchen, I. 1936. Liquid crystalline substances from virus-infected plants. Nature. 138, pp. 1051-1052. https://doi.org/10.1038/1381051a0

AuthorsBawden, F. C., Pirie, N. W., Bernal, J. D. and Fankuchen, I.
Abstract

Stanley has described the preparation of a crystalline protein possessing the properties of tobacco mosaic virus from the sap of infected tobacco and tomato plants. The crystals were small needles made by precipitation with acid ammonium sulphate. We have confirmed these results, but have found that by further purification the protein in neutral aqueous solution can be obtained in liquid crystalline states.

Year of Publication1936
JournalNature
Journal citation138, pp. 1051-1052
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.1038/1381051a0
Open accessPublished as non-open access
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Publication dates
Print19 Dec 1936
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PublisherSpringer Nature
Nature Publishing Group
ISSN0028-0836

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