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Adsorption in vitro of Bovine Enteroviruses by Non-cultured Bovine and Human Tissues

Nature volume 199, pages 12111212 (21 September 1963) | Download Citation

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THE results of some recent work1–3 have produced evidence of the importance of specific virus cell-receptor(s) (which can be demonstrated in cell or tissue homogenates by its virus infectivity binding activity) as one of the major factors controlling the susceptibility in vitro of cultured cells and the species susceptibility in vivo to human enteroviruses, or the enteroviruses tissue tropisms in vivo within susceptible species.

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  1. Institute of Microbiology, University of Bologna.

    • MICHELE LA PLACA

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