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Relationships between bovine leukosis virus and bovine syncytial virus in cell culture



Relationships between bovine leukosis virus and bovine syncytial virus in cell culture



Doklady Vsesoyuznoi Akademii Sel' skokhozyaistvennykh Nauk (2): 20-22



Bovine syncytial virus, as described by W.A. Malmquist and others in 1969 was obtained from USA in fibroblasts from ovine embryonic kidney. The source or strain of bovine leukosis virus is not stated. Co-cultivation experiments were carried out using leukocyte cultures from leukotic cattle, and bovine embryonic fibroblast-like cells. When the mixed infection took place during active multiplication of syncytial virus, a cytopathic effect developed, and the yield of leukosis virus was reduced.

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