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Neonatal susceptibility to viral infections and increasing resistance with age is frequently observed but poorly understood (6). In human newborns, for example, several viral infections — e.g. herpes… Continue Reading
Humoral and cell-mediated immune responses were studied in resistant and susceptible strains of mice infected with mouse hepatitis virus type III (MHV 3). Virus was maintained by regular passages in… Continue Reading
Genetic study of acute and chronic mouse hepatitis virus type 3 disease was carried out in segregating generations of a cross involving a susceptible (C57BL/6) and a resistant (A/J) mouse strain. The… Continue Reading
Up to 3 weeks of age, mice of the resistant A/J strain are fully susceptible to mouse hepatitis virus type 3 infection (MHV3). Immune deficiency, however, resulting from neonatal thymectomy or long… Continue Reading
Mechanisms of newborns susceptibility to viral infection was studied in A strain mice infected with mouse hepatitis virus type 3(MHV3). Virus was regularly passaged in susceptible adult DBA/2 mice,… Continue Reading
A 3-year experiment in adolescent hospitalization in a department of pediatrics is described. Details are given concerning patient referral to this specialized sub-unit and staff behavior.