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Studies on cyclic passage of yellow fever virus in South American mammals and mosquitoes. Marmosets and cebus monkeys in combination with Aedes aegypti and Haemagogus equinus



Studies on cyclic passage of yellow fever virus in South American mammals and mosquitoes. Marmosets and cebus monkeys in combination with Aedes aegypti and Haemagogus equinus



Amer Jour Trop Med 25(3): 225-230



A strain of yellow fever virus of jungle origin was easily maintained by alternate passage through a species of marmoset {C. aurita) and A. aegypti mosquitoes. 9 cycles have been completed. Yellow fever virus, also of jungle origin, was similarly passed through cebus monkeys (Cebus versutus) and A. aegypti. 5 cycles were completed when the series was voluntarily interrupted. Using H. equinus as vector in conjunction with the marmoset as host, 3 cycles were completed before the series was interrupted for lack of fresh mosquitoes. The implication of these observations in relation to the epidemiology of S. American jungle yellow fever is briefly discussed.

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