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Relationship of donor age to adsorption of foot-and-mouth disease virus by mouse tissues



Relationship of donor age to adsorption of foot-and-mouth disease virus by mouse tissues



American Journal of Veterinary Research 29(11): 2205-2212



Adsorption of F & M virus was compared in several mouse tissues to determine if ability to adsorb virus in vitro was related to susceptibility or resistance of the tissue donors. Results of preliminary experiments indicated that virus multiplied primarily in skeletal muscle of unweaned susceptible mice (9 to 11 days old) and in pancreas of adult, more resistant mice (34 to 36 days old).

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