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The infection of culture L of mouse cells with nuclear polyhedrosis virus (First communication)



The infection of culture L of mouse cells with nuclear polyhedrosis virus (First communication)



The pathology of insects and mites: Patalogiya nasekomykh i kleshchei: 165-166



Laboratory investigations in Latvia showed that when a transplantable culture of mouse fibroblasts was infected with nuclear polyhedrosis virus isolated from larvae of Bombyx mori (L.), a marked cytopathic effect developed after 7-9 days, coinciding with the maximum accumulation of the virus in the cells.

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