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Syncytium-forming Agent isolated from Domestic Cats

Nature volume 222, pages 11901191 (21 June 1969) | Download Citation

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WHILE trying to establish cell culture lines from neoplasms of adult cats, we found a typical syncytial type of cytopathology (Fig. 1) in many of the cultures between the fourteenth and twenty-first day of cultivation.

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  1. Viral and Rickettsial Disease Laboratory, California State Department of Public Health, Berkeley, California 94704.

    • JOHN L. RIGGS
    • , LYNDON S. OSHIRO
    • , DEE O. N. TAYLOR
    •  & EDWIN H. LENNETTE

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