Adaptation studies with Ross River virus: laboratory mice and cell cultures.

Abstract

Ross River virus, an Australian group A arbovirus, was adapted by serial passage to cell cultures and to day old mice. The results of titrations in mice of different ages allowed the comparison of virulence between different stocks. Passage in cell cultures depressed the virulence of virus while passage in mice raised the level of virulence. Clones of… (More)

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@article{Taylor1975AdaptationSW, title={Adaptation studies with Ross River virus: laboratory mice and cell cultures.}, author={W. Pat Taylor and Iain Marshall}, journal={The Journal of general virology}, year={1975}, volume={28 1}, pages={59-72} }