The antigen-specific cell-mediated immune response in mice is suppressed by infection with pathogenic lyssaviruses.

@article{Perrin1996TheAC,
  title={The antigen-specific cell-mediated immune response in mice is suppressed by infection with pathogenic lyssaviruses.},
  author={Pierre Perrin and M Tino de Franco and Corinne Jallet and Françoise Fouque and S Morgeaux and No{\"e}l Tordo and Jean Herv{\'e} Colle},
  journal={Research in virology},
  year={1996},
  volume={147 5},
  pages={289-99}
}
Responsiveness of T cells (RTC) was studied in BALB/c mice intramuscularly infected with various lyssaviruses. After infection by this peripheral route, two types of viruses could be classified according to their effects: 1) pathogenic viruses, including fixed rabies Pasteur virus (serogenotype 1) and wild viruses belonging to serogenotype 1 (from a rabid fox in France and from a cow infected by a vampire bat in Brazil) or to serogenotype 5 (European bat lyssavirus 1); and 2) non-pathogenic… CONTINUE READING
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