Antiviral Actions of Interferons in Animals
Interferon production is usually a constant companion to virus replication during the course of virus infections (Stewart II and Sulkin, 1966; Luby, Sanders, and Sulkin, 1971; Luby et al., 1969; Vilcek, 1969; Vilček and Stanček, 1963a; Link et al., 1965), as opposed to the rapid rise and fall of interferon levels seen following large doses of intravenously injected virus, and the influence of interferon during virus infections is thus exerted at each stage of pathogenesis.
KeywordsNewcastle Disease Virus Semliki Forest Virus Rabies Vaccine Venezuelan Equine Encephalitis Virus Interferon Inducer
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