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Behaviour of airborne Newcastle disease virus. 1. Experiments on binding of the virus to particles



Behaviour of airborne Newcastle disease virus. 1. Experiments on binding of the virus to particles



Zentralblatt fur Veterinarmedizin, B 31(5): 321-328



Aerosols were prepared from the LaSota strain of ND virus in allantoic fluid. When the aerosol was sprayed into a ventilated chamber, virus was recovered from the air for 90 min, or exceptionally up to 6 h (and up to 12 h when latex was incorporated in the virus suspension). The half life of 0.5 micro m virus-carrying particles was 50 min, and for 5-10 micro m particles only 5 min.

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