Prevalence of neutralising antibodies to Berne virus in animals and humans in Vellore, South India

Abstract

In Southern India the prevalence of neutralising antibody to Berne virus was high in sera obtained from cattle (49%), horses (38%), and sheep (36%). Neutralising antibody was not detected in sera from humans and monkeys.

DOI: 10.1007/BF01322174

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@article{Brown1988PrevalenceON, title={Prevalence of neutralising antibodies to Berne virus in animals and humans in Vellore, South India}, author={David G. Brown and Rajesh Selvakumar and David J. Daniel and Vadakkenadayil I Mathan}, journal={Archives of Virology}, year={1988}, volume={98}, pages={267-269} }