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Preparation of transplantable cell cultures infected by Theileria annulata and their transformation upon culture



Preparation of transplantable cell cultures infected by Theileria annulata and their transformation upon culture



Trudy Vsesoyuznogo Instituta Eksperimental' noi Veterinarii 56: 19-26



Cultures of lymphoid cells already infected with T. annulata were obtained on 23 of 47 attempts from calves infected by means of ticks 6-27 days beforehand.

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