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The serological relationships of strains of parainfluenza 3 virus isolated from humans and cattle with respiratory disease



The serological relationships of strains of parainfluenza 3 virus isolated from humans and cattle with respiratory disease



Virology 8(3): 391-394



The human, HA-1, and bovine, SF-4, strains of para-influenza 3 virus were shown to have similar biological and antigenic properties. Paired sera from experimentally and naturally infected animals and an experimentally infected human being had comparable titers of hemagglutination-inhibition, neutralizing, and complement-fixing antibodies when tested with the human and bovine strains of the virus.

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PMID: 13669360

DOI: 10.1016/0042-6822(59)90041-8


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