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Chronic infection of the rabbit central nervous system by a slowly growing equine herpesvirus


, : Chronic infection of the rabbit central nervous system by a slowly growing equine herpesvirus. Infection and Immunity 5(2): 172-175

The spinal cords of rabbits were chronically infected by a slowly growing equine herpesvirus type 2 ('cytomegalovirus') inoculated directly therein. Virus was recovered from the central nervous systems of some of such animals after more than one year.

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