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Effect of vesicular stomatitis virus, inactivated with ultraviolet light, on the growth of rabies virus in cell culture



Effect of vesicular stomatitis virus, inactivated with ultraviolet light, on the growth of rabies virus in cell culture



Tecnica Pecuaria en Mexico 1978; (33): 37-44



Vesicular stomatitis virus (VSV), closely related to rabies virus, and possessing many physico-chemical similarities, has a shorter latent period in tissue culture than rabies virus. This work was planned to test whether the RNA transcriptase of VSV, incorporated in a tissue-culture system with rabies virus, would reduce the latent period of growth.

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