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Murine Infection with Reovirus Type 3 and the Runting Syndrome

Naturevolume 199pages13091310 (1963) | Download Citation



THE purpose of this communication is to direct attention to the similarity, in clinical and pathological findings, of infant mice infected with reovirus type 3 and infant mice which develop as runts following the inoculation of immunologically competent lymphoid cells.

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  1. Department of Microbiology, University of Western Australia, Perth

    • N. F. STANLEY
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