Contributions to the Pathology of Experi- Mental Virus Encephalitis. Ii. I-erpetic Strains of Encephalitogenic Virus

In the course of the investigation of the etiology of epidemic encephalitis, the question of different varieties or strains of the encephalitogenic virus has often arisen.' The practice, up to a short time ago, has been to separate the so called encephalitis virus from the virus of febrile herpes and, in spite of their marked similarities, to regard them as… CONTINUE READING