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Experimental African swine fever: evidence of the virus in interstitial tissues of the kidney

Experimental African swine fever: evidence of the virus in interstitial tissues of the kidney

Veterinary Pathology 26(2): 173-176

Six male Large White cross Landrace pigs (20 kg) were inoculated i. m. with the highly virulent E70 isolate of African swine fever (ASF) virus. Two inoculated pigs and one uninoculated control were killed after 3, 5 or 7 days. The kidneys were examined by electron microsocpy for effects on the renal interstices and on cells in the interstitium and interior of the capillaries.

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DOI: 10.1177/030098588902600211

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