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Infectious pancreatic necrosis (IPN) virus has been purified and some physicochemical properties of its nucleic acid and protein moieties have been determined. The buoyant density of the virus particle in CsC1 is 1.35 g/ml; degraded particle banded at a density of 1.31 g/ml. The virus nucleic acid was found to be doublestranded, according to several different criteria, namely resistance to pancreatic RNase, low density in Cs2SO4 (I'615), sharp melting curve with a T~ of 89 °C in hypotonicdoi:10.1099/0022-1317-21-3-485 pmid:4128635 fatcat:yl3tvg47vvbidipbuvhkjx37mu