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I. Culture of Foot and Mouth Disease Virus in Skin Cultures of Cattle and Sheep Embryos. II. Infection and Immunity Tests with Foot and Mouth Disease Virus Grown in vitro



I. Culture of Foot and Mouth Disease Virus in Skin Cultures of Cattle and Sheep Embryos. II. Infection and Immunity Tests with Foot and Mouth Disease Virus Grown in vitro



Staatsveearts. Onderzoek.-inst, The Hague: Algemeene Landsdrukkerij., 18



Since the work described in the previous abstract was done the culture has been further grown over a total of 27 passages in 104 days. Fowl plasma was used in the cultures but, as it is troublesome to obtain, an attempt was made to use agar (0.75 per cent. in Ringer's fluid) as a substitute: this was successful, a total of 18 passages in 70 days being obtained up to the time of writing.

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