Experimentally induced parainfluenza type 3 virus infection in young lambs: pathologic response.

Abstract

Pulmonary changes in five 1-week-old, colostrum-deprived lambs transtracheally inoculated with parainfluenza type 3 virus were studied by immunofluorescent, microscopic, and ultrastructural techniques. The lambs were killed at postinoculation days (PID) 3, 5, and 7. Immunofluorescence specific for parainfluenza type 3 virus was first seen in small airways… (More)

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@article{Cutlip1982ExperimentallyIP, title={Experimentally induced parainfluenza type 3 virus infection in young lambs: pathologic response.}, author={Randall C. Cutlip and Howard D. Lehmkuhl}, journal={American journal of veterinary research}, year={1982}, volume={43 12}, pages={2101-7} }