Identification, using sera from exposed animals, of putative viral antigens in livers of primates with callitrichid hepatitis.

@article{Stephensen1990IdentificationUS,
  title={Identification, using sera from exposed animals, of putative viral antigens in livers of primates with callitrichid hepatitis.},
  author={Charles Bolt Stephensen and Richard J. Montali and Edward C. Ramsay and Kathryn V. Holmes},
  journal={Journal of virology},
  year={1990},
  volume={64 12},
  pages={6349-54}
}
Callitrichid hepatitis (CH) is an acute, frequently fatal viral hepatitis which affects members of the primate family Callitrichidae (R. J. Montali, E. C. Ramsay, C. B. Stephensen, M. Worley, J. A. Davis, and K. V. Holmes, J. Infect. Dis. 160:759-765, 1989; E. C. Ramsay, R. J. Montali, M. Worley, C. B. Stephensen, and K. V. Holmes, J. Zoo Wildlife Med. 20:178-183, 1989). Outbreaks of the disease occur in zoos and animal parks. In this study, CH-specific antigens were identified in the livers of… CONTINUE READING

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