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Behavior of newcastle disease virus in the airborne state 1. experimental studies on particle binding of the virus



Behavior of newcastle disease virus in the airborne state 1. experimental studies on particle binding of the virus



Zentralblatt fuer Veterinaermedizin Reihe B 31(5): 321-328



Model studies were carried out to determine whether airborne virus can be adsorbed into carrier particles. For this purpose an aerosol was used in a chamber occupied by animals bedded on straw. Newcastle disease virus was sprayed into the chamber and, using an Andersen collector, the virus-containing particles in the air of the chamber were differentiated according to size, whereby particles with a diameter between 1 and 10 .mu.m predominated. According to the order size, conclusions are drawn on the particle binding of the virus in the airborne state.

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