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Further studies on virus pneumonia of pigs

, : Further studies on virus pneumonia of pigs. Bull. Acad. vet. Fr, 32: 675-694

In affected pigs the virus was present in lung tissue (with or without gross lesions) and in lymph nodes. Experimental transmission was achieved in pigs by the respiratory and i/p routes; it was not achieved in mice by the nasal or s/c route; infection by the nasal route in rabbits caused lung lesions which were difficult to interpret.


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