Recovery of Cytopathogenic Agent from Chimpanzees with Goryza

  title={Recovery of Cytopathogenic Agent from Chimpanzees with Goryza},
  author={J. Morris and R. Blount and R. E. Savage},
  journal={Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine},
  pages={544 - 549}
Summary A virus was recovered from throat materials of a chimpanzee with coryza during an epizootic of respiratory disease in a colony of these animals. The new agent produced degenerative changes in tissue culture, but was not pathogenic for common laboratory animals. The donor chimpanzee as well as other chimpanzees involved in the epizootic developed specific antibodies against the coryza agent during the months following the outbreak. Susceptible chimpanzees following intranasal… Expand
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