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Effect of experimental inoculation of rabies fixed virus in mice using intracerebral and subcutaneous route



Effect of experimental inoculation of rabies fixed virus in mice using intracerebral and subcutaneous route



Indian Journal of Animal Health 31(1): 15-20



A total of 20 albino mice were divided into two groups, each of 10 mice and each mouse was inoculated with challenge virus strain (CVS) of rabies fixed virus using intracerebral (i.c.) route in Group-I and subcutaneous (s.c.) route in Group-II. The brain, salivary glands, skin, corneas, livers, spleen and kidneys were collected for the fluorescent antibody test (FAT) and counter-immunoelectrophoresis (CIE) test for the detection of rabies viral antigen.

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