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Icelandic sheep were injected intracerebrally with visna virus, which produces a persistent infection of the CNS accompanied by encephalomyelitis and focal demyelinating lesions. Studies were conducted on two groups of sheep, with short-term infections (25 sheep sampled 1-3 months after infection) and long-term infections (14 sheep sampled 5-6 years after(More)
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