[combined experimental infection of microtus gregalis by tick-borne encephalitis and rabies viruses and probable interference].narrow-skulled voles (microtus gregalis) were inoculated with tick-borne encephalitis (tbe) and rabies (rv) viruses isolated in the steppe zone of west siberia. tbe infection was asymptomatic and nonlethal in all voles. the virus was eliminated from the voles between days 14 and 60 postinoculation. only 1 of 26 tested animals produced anti-tbe antibodies in titer 1:20. rv infection was acute and lethal. all sick animals contained rv in the brain, 42.1% in salivary glands, 5.3% in the lungs and k ...200211852779
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