Corpus ID: 32322439

[Isolation of strains of the Hong Kong complex (H3N2) influenza virus from Nyctalus noctula bats in Kazakhstan].

@article{Lvov1979IsolationOS,
  title={[Isolation of strains of the Hong Kong complex (H3N2) influenza virus from Nyctalus noctula bats in Kazakhstan].},
  author={D. K. L’vov and B. Easterday and W. Hinshow and Iu V Dandurov and P. N. Arkhipov},
  journal={Voprosy virusologii},
  year={1979},
  volume={4},
  pages={
          338-41
        }
}
Four antigenically related hemagglutinating agents were isolated from pools of lungs and tracheas of Nyctalus noctula bats in chick embryos. Identification of the isolates by the hemagglutination inhibition, neuraminidase activity inhibition and double immunodiffusion methods revealed close antigenic relationships with A/Port Chalmers/73 virus. 
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