Studies on Host-virus Interactions in the Chick Embryo-influenza Virus System* v. Simultaneous Serial Passage of the Agents of Influenza a and B in Relation to Variations in the Growth Cycle

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I t has been shown that influenza viruses of types A and B readily interfere with each other in the chick embryo. The interference phenomenon could be demonstrated when the two agents were fully active (1) as well as when one of the agents was inactivated by ultraviolet irradiation to the extent that it lost its propagating activity but not its interfering… (More)

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@inproceedings{Liu2003StudiesOH, title={Studies on Host-virus Interactions in the Chick Embryo-influenza Virus System* v. Simultaneous Serial Passage of the Agents of Influenza a and B in Relation to Variations in the Growth Cycle}, author={Oscar Liu and Werner Henle}, year={2003} }