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Studies on bovine leukosis. II. Hematological changes in Indian cross-bred calves experimentally inoculated with bovine leukemia virus (BLV)



Studies on bovine leukosis. II. Hematological changes in Indian cross-bred calves experimentally inoculated with bovine leukemia virus (BLV)



Indian Veterinary Journal 63(2): 87-94



Eleven calves were inoculated with lymphocytes from infected cattle before or after these were grown for 72 hours in Eagle's MEM growth medium containing phytohaemagglutinin-M, or with the filtered culture supernatant.

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