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Pathogenesis of atrophic rhinitis in swine. In vitro studies with isolated spongiosa of the nasal conchae



Pathogenesis of atrophic rhinitis in swine. In vitro studies with isolated spongiosa of the nasal conchae



Untersuchungen zur Pathogenese der Rhinitis atrophicans des Schweines "In vitro" Versuche mit isolierter Konchenspongiosa: 83



Spongiosa samples from pigs with atrophic rhinitis had a cell replication rate in culture medium which was only half that of samples from normal pigs. A significant reduction in the replication rate also occurred when normal spongiosa samples were incubated in direct contact with inflamed nasal mucosa from affected pigs, with mitogen-stimulated lymphoid cells, or their culture-supernatant.

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