Susceptibility of bovine rotavirus to interferon

@article{Dagenais2005SusceptibilityOB,
  title={Susceptibility of bovine rotavirus to interferon},
  author={Lynn Dagenais and P. -P. Pastoret and Caroline van den Broecke and John W{\'e}renne},
  journal={Archives of Virology},
  year={2005},
  volume={70},
  pages={377-379}
}
Using the plaque assay or the CPE test (cytopathogenic effect), we investigated the action of human, simian (rhesus), bovine and murine interferons on bovinerotavirus adapted to grow on established Rhesus monkey kidney cell line (MA 104) or Georgia Bovine Kidney cell line (GBK). Except for the murine interferon we used, which had no antiviral effect at all, the different interferons tested were clearly active. 
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