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Studies on infectious atrophic rhinitis of swine. II. Intraperitoneal and intranasal inoculation of young pigs with a filterable agent isolated from nasal mucosa of swine



Studies on infectious atrophic rhinitis of swine. II. Intraperitoneal and intranasal inoculation of young pigs with a filterable agent isolated from nasal mucosa of swine



Vet. Med, 48: 392-394



had isolated in chick embryos a filtrable agent from the nasal mucosa of pigs with atrophic rhinitis and he describes the production of severe pericarditis, and to a lesser extent pleuritis and peritonitis, in pigs, 6 weeks old, by the intraperitoneal injection of material from chick embryos infected with this agent.

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