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No evidence was found to support the idea that vaccine virus placed in the cisterna magna is capable of producing an acute disseminated encephalomyelitis with perivascular demyelination either in… (More)
The repeated intramuscular injections of aqueous emulsions and alcohol-ether extracts of sterile normal rabbit brains in some manner produced pathological changes accompanied by myelin destruction in… (More)
Rabbits injected with fresh emulsions of homologous brain developed few or no antibodies capable of fixing complement in the presence of aqueous emulsions or alcoholic extracts of rabbit brain.… (More)
Eosin-staining nuclear inclusions resembling those deemed characteristic of a certain well known group of filterable viruses, amongst which is varicella, were found in vervets' testicles inoculated… (More)
1. A strain of neurovaccine virus was cultivated in a medium consisting of minced chick embryo suspended in Tyrode's solution. 2. The virus upon cultivation apparently lost none of its essential… (More)
Virus III and vaccine virus multiply in a transplantable rabbit tumor of epithelial origin; are carried along with the tumor through an indefinite number of transplants; and despite an immunity… (More)
Culex and Aëdes mosquitoes are capable of transmitting fowl-pox from diseased to healthy susceptible chickens. The mosquitoes remain infectious for at least 14 days following a meal on diseased fowls.
A case of Rift Valley fever following an accidental laboratory infection, and believed to be the first instance of the disease in the Western hemisphere, is reported. Although the course of illness… (More)
Cells survive for at least 5 days and at times are capable of multiplying in a mixture of serum and Tyrode's solution used by Maitland for the cultivation in vitro of vaccine virus.
The pathological changes produced by the virus under investigation are similar to those deemed characteristic of a certain well known group of filterable viruses.