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Haemagglutinating activity of parainfluenza-3 virus during the course of cultivation in lamb kidney culture

Haemagglutinating activity of parainfluenza-3 virus during the course of cultivation in lamb kidney culture

Veterinary Research Bulletin 2(1): 69-70

Maximum haemagglutinating (HA) activity of parainfluenza-3 virus isolated from sheep was observed between 5 and 8 days after inoculation of lamb kidney monolayers. A steady fall in HA activity (from 1:640 to 1:20) was recorded from the 8th to 16th day after inoculation. (This issue of the journal also contains: Cytopathic effects in lamb kidney monolayers inoculated with an ovine strain of parainfluenza 3 virus, by V.P. Singh and R.C.

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