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Difference in replication and pathogenicity of influenza A viruses in chickens and mice



Difference in replication and pathogenicity of influenza A viruses in chickens and mice



Journal of Veterinary Medical Science 53(1): 125-126



None of the chickens inoculated with either the avian or mammalian influenza viruses examined showed any signs of disease in the following 2-week observation period. The avian virus was recovered from cloacal and tracheal swabs but the mammalian virus was not recovered.

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PMID: 1650593

DOI: 10.1292/jvms.53.125



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