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Lysis of chicken lymphocytes by infectious bursal disease viruses



Lysis of chicken lymphocytes by infectious bursal disease viruses



Avian Diseases 32(4): 818-821



Infectious bursal disease virus types 1 and 2 were able to induce direct lysis of chicken bursal cells, thymus cells, and peripheral blood lymphocytes in chromium-release assays. These two viruses were unable to lyse two established lymphoblastoid cell lines, although IBDV-1 was capable of multiplying in MSB-1 cells.

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PMID: 2849407

DOI: 10.2307/1591004


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