S I Khristov

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Tested was an inactivated polyvalent vaccine. It was shown to produce virus-neutralizing antibodies against the respiratory viruses in high titers. The vaccine proved highly immunogenic, reactogenic, and harmless in doses of 2,3,5,7, and 10 cm3 for 30-45-day-old calves and pregnant cows in their 7th or 8th month of pregnancy. The morbidity rate among the(More)
Explored was the possibility of inhibiting the replication of the virus of the transmissive gastroenteritis by means of actidione. It was found that in certain concentrations the antibiotic completely inhibited the replication of this virus. In individual strains the process of replication was not influenced by the various concentrations applied. It was(More)
The dynamics of accumulation and localization of the virus antigen in cells of calf kidney (line CK) was followed by means of immunofluorescence technique. The antigen was detected eight hours (at the very earliest) after infecting the cells. Studied was the immune response of calves vaccinated with an inactivated virus and the addition of an adjuvant. Two(More)
Electron-microscopic studies were carried out on a concentrated and purified adenovirus type I. It was found that its morphologic aspects were characteristic of the adenovirus group. In the preparations of this virus there were large amounts of incomplete virions and soluble components--hexons, groups of hexons and pentons. Some of the virions were grouped(More)