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Infectious Catarrh Of Mice : I. A Natural Outbreak Of The Disease



Infectious Catarrh Of Mice : I. A Natural Outbreak Of The Disease



Journal of Experimental Medicine 65(6): 833-841



N. describes for the first time an outbreak of this disease in mice recently imported from Switzerland. The onset was slow, infectivity very high and death occurred in from 8 to 5 weeks of the first signs of the symptoms. Some mice developed a more chronic disease but eventually succumbed with typical symptoms.

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DOI: 10.1084/jem.65.6.833


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