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Isolation in Japan of a virus similar to Myxovirus yucaipa (MVY)


, : Isolation in Japan of a virus similar to Myxovirus yucaipa (MVY). Bulletin of the Azabu Veterinary College (26): 67-81

A cytopathic agent isolated from a fowl had all the properties of myxovirus yucaipa. It produced stunting and high mortality in 8-day-old chicks embryos, but only mild respiratory signs in 5-week-old chicks.

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