Flora of Healthy Dogs: [Part] 2. Isolation of Enteroviruses from Lower Intestines

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Fecal specimens from apparently healthy dogs were inoculated into MK, DK, HeLa, and CP cells. Twenty-six cytopathic agents were isolated in MK, 11 in HeLa, and 4 in CP, but none in DK cells. Neutralization tests indicated that all but one of the viruses were either strains of ECHO type 6 or were closely related to it. Twenty-one of 29 dogs were carrying the virus.

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Clapper, W. E. & Pindak, F. F. June 1963.

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Fecal specimens from apparently healthy dogs were inoculated into MK, DK, HeLa, and CP cells. Twenty-six cytopathic agents were isolated in MK, 11 in HeLa, and 4 in CP, but none in DK cells. Neutralization tests indicated that all but one of the viruses were either strains of ECHO type 6 or were closely related to it. Twenty-one of 29 dogs were carrying the virus.

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iv, 17 p. :

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"Submitted as a Technical Progress Report to The Division of Biology and Medicine, United States Atomic Energy Commission on Contract No. AT(29-2)-1013."

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Clapper, W. E. & Pindak, F. F. Flora of Healthy Dogs: [Part] 2. Isolation of Enteroviruses from Lower Intestines, report, June 1963; Albuquerque, New Mexico. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc13146/: accessed July 23, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.