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Production of non-infective particles among influenza viruses: do changes in virulence accompany the von Magnus phenomenon?



Production of non-infective particles among influenza viruses: do changes in virulence accompany the von Magnus phenomenon?



Journal of Hygiene 53(3): 276-296



Two new statistical methods-one parametric, the other non-parametric-were developed to compare the slopes of quantal infectivity curves. Ten influenza strains were examined by these tests, and the results showed that virus yielded by the von Magnus phenomenon, (i.e., containing "incomplete" particles) and standard infective virus do not differ in the slope of their infectivity curves.

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PMID: 13263579

DOI: 10.1017/s0022172400000760


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