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Experimental induction of lympho leukosis in calves by a purified bovine leukemia virus



Experimental induction of lympho leukosis in calves by a purified bovine leukemia virus



Voprosy Onkologii (St Petersburg) 30(1): 76-85



The leucomogenic properties of bovine leukemia virus (BLV), isolated from blood plasma, milk and short-term cultures of blood-circulating leukocytes were studied. A complex lifetime examination of 14 calves inoculated with a preparation of BLV established leukemia in 4 animals; it was suspected in 3 calves. Leukemia has been morphologically established in 6 of 13 calves and 1 was suspect. Positive results point directly to the viral etiology of bovine leukemia.

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