Rabies virus in the salivary glands and nasal mucosa of naturally infected skunks.

Abstract

Several salivary glands and the nasal mucosa of rabid skunks (Mephitis mephitis) contained rabies virus. Generally titers were high in the submandibular, moderate in the parotid and low to moderate in the zygomatic, molar and sublingual salivary glands. The nasal mucosa (glands and epithelium) contained virus at low to moderate titers that occasionally were… (More)

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@article{Charlton1984RabiesVI, title={Rabies virus in the salivary glands and nasal mucosa of naturally infected skunks.}, author={Keith Charlton and Garret Casey and William A Webster}, journal={Canadian journal of comparative medicine : Revue canadienne de medecine comparee}, year={1984}, volume={48 3}, pages={338-9} }