NATURE OF NON-PARALYTIC AND TRANSITORY PARALYTIC POLIOMYELITIS IN RHESUS MONKEYS INOCULATED WITH HUMAN VIRUS

@article{Sabin1941NATUREON,
  title={NATURE OF NON-PARALYTIC AND TRANSITORY PARALYTIC POLIOMYELITIS IN RHESUS MONKEYS INOCULATED WITH HUMAN VIRUS},
  author={Albert B. Sabin and Ronnie Ward},
  journal={The Journal of Experimental Medicine},
  year={1941},
  volume={73},
  pages={757 - 770}
}
1. The occurrence of non-paralytic poliomyelitis in monkeys inoculated with human or first passage virus was proved by histological examination of the nervous system and by isolation of the virus. 2. The non-paralytic infection was almost invariably associated with the destruction of an appreciable number of nerve cells in the spinal cord, and failure of the process to progress seemed to depend upon an equilibrium between the host and the virus, in which the latter occasionally persisted in an… CONTINUE READING

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