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In this study, umesu phenolics were purified from the salt extracts of Japanese apricot (Nanko-mume cultivar of Prunus mume Sieb. et Zucc.). Characterization of umesu phenolics revealed that, when added to the culture media of the infected cells, they inhibited the multiplication of influenza and many other RNA and DNA viruses. In addition to these antiviral activities, the phenolics significantly decreased the plating efficiency of influenza virus, if present in the virus inoculum. Moredoi:10.7883/yoken.jjid.2018.522 pmid:31474696 fatcat:td3q77tkwzfcplfux42bz4d6j4