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Identification and characterization of pox viruses from a falcon and psittacine birds by means of a cell culture method


, : Identification and characterization of pox viruses from a falcon and psittacine birds by means of a cell culture method. Die Identifizierung und Charakterisierung eines Falkenpocken und eines Psittacidenpockenvirus unter Verwendung von Zellkulturmethoden: 59

Isolate VK 984/76 came from pox lesions on the legs of a Hierofalco cherrug and isolate 1671/76 from the liver, lungs, kidney and spleen of an imported psittacine Aposmictus erythropterus at a quarantine station. The isolates were identified as avian pox viruses on the basis of growth in chicken embryo monolayers, the behaviour in different cell systems, plaque formation, physical and chemical properties and serological tests.

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