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Isolation and segregation of non-haemadsorbing strains of African swine fever virus



Isolation and segregation of non-haemadsorbing strains of African swine fever virus



Veterinary Record 99(24): 479-480



In a virological survey of Ornithodoros moubata ticks in an area where African swine fever (ASF) had occurred, all the ASF isolates obtained were classified as haemadsorbing (HAd+) strains. On passage in buffy coat cell cultures, however, a non-haemadsorbing strain (HAd-) could be segregated from one of these tick suspensions. A non-haemadsorbing strain was also isolated from a dead domestic pig in November, 1975.

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