Pathogenicity of Mouse Hepatitis Virus, MHV-2cc, From a Persistently Infected DBT Cell Line
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Pathogenicity of a small plaque mutant of mouse hepatitis virus, MHV-2cc, from persistently infected DBT cell culture for nude mice (BALB/c) was studied. The mutant virus was purified by the same procedure as described previously1 by serial cultures of resistant DBT cells carrying MHV-2.
KeywordsNude Mouse Persistent Infection Chronic Active Hepatitis Mutant Virus Fulminant Hepatitis
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