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Properties of the CKp transmissible gastroenteritis virus strain. I. Immunofluorescence assay on the viral replication in cell cultures



Properties of the CKp transmissible gastroenteritis virus strain. I. Immunofluorescence assay on the viral replication in cell cultures



Acta Veterinaria Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 26(3): 341-350



This is the English version of the paper published in Magyar Allatorvosok Lapja (1977) 32 (3) 145-147 [see VB 47, abst. 5555].

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