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Differential virus susceptibility of reptilian organ cultures to human viruses



Differential virus susceptibility of reptilian organ cultures to human viruses



Viruses of lower vertebrates: 130-137



Studies were performed to determine how far tracheal cultures of the lizards Hemidactylus flaviviridis and Calotes versicolor would support Sindbis (AR 339), chikungunya (634029), West Nile (E 101) and Japanese encephalitis (P 20778) viruses. Multiplication of Sindbis and chikungunya viruses, but not of the flaviviruses, was observed.

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