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Interaction of Vaccinia Virus and Cells in Primary and Continuous Culture

Naturevolume 199pages11171118 (1963) | Download Citation

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VACCINIA virus has a wide host-range, both as regards cell type and animal species. The purpose of the present communication is to describe some differences in the reaction of cells in primary and continuous culture to infection with a vaccine strain of the virus.

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  1. Departments of Pathology, The Chicago Medical School and Mount Sinai Hospital, Chicago

    • MOSHÉ NISHMI
    •  & HELEN NIECIKOWSKI

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