• Leon Rosen
Part of the Virology Monographs / Die Virusforschung in Einzeldarstellungen book series (VIROLOGY, volume 1)


Reoviruses are ether-resistant icosahedral viruses 60 to 75 mμ in diameter which contain ribonucleic acid. They have been recovered from man and lower animals and are ubiquitous in their geographic distribution. At present, the importance of these viruses as a cause of human or animal disease is still largely unknown. As a result of having a number of unusual characteristics, reoviruses have attracted the attention of many workers in the relatively short time since they were first recognized. For example, investigators interested in the molecular aspects of virology have been attracted by the unusual double-helical ribonucleic acid of high molecular weight which reoviruses possess, while those interested in epidemiology have been attracted by the occurrence of apparently identical viruses in both man and an unusually wide variety of lower animals. This compilation is based on information available to the author as of October 31, 1966.


Cytopathic Effect Lower Animal Bluetongue Virus Bovine Erythrocyte Kidney Cell Culture 
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  1. 1.Pacific Research Section, Laboratory of Infectious DiseasesNational Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, National Institutes of Health, U.S. Public Health ServiceHonoluluUSA

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