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[foot and mouth disease virus in tissue cultures in vitro. iii. neutralization with immune sera in vitro and complement deviating activity of a4, o, and c viruses at different stages of development]. 195813602178
experimental mixed infection of cattle with foot-and-mouth disease viruses. 195813498240
purification and electron microscopy of foot-and-mouth disease virus. 195813518367
application of agar gel precipitin tests to the study of the virus of foot-and-mouth disease. 195813519754
adaptation of the type c cattle virus of foot-and mouth disease to the brain of the white mouse. 195813594720
[plaque formation by foot & mouth disease virus]. 195813595666
biological factors influencing the effectiveness of wood preservatives against decay. 195813534308
[characteristics of local anti-aphthous immunity as demonstrated by the titer of foot-and mouth disease virus in vaccinated cattle]. 195813547474
[studies on aphthous virus (type c) in monocellular layer of swine kidney by plaque method]. 195813606509
effect of temperature on the multiplication of foot-and-mouth disease virus in suspensions of kidney cells of the pig. 195813622662
[foot and mouth disease virus in tissue culture in vitro. vi. preparation and titration of anti-foot and mouth disease serum obtained from cattle]. 195813624145
infectivity of ribonucleic acid from mice and tissue culture infected with the virus of foot-and-mouth disease. 195813577908
serological studies with the virus of vesicular stomatitis. i. typing of vesicular stomatitis viruses by complement fixation. 195813583398
[cytopathogenic effect of foot and mouth disease virus in monolayer cultures of swine kidney tissue]. 195813583661
a special reaction of the complement fixation test applied to the study of tumours. 195813517240
[immuno-electrophoresis applied to foot and mouth disease virus]. 195813534073
[culture of aphthous fever virus (type o) in tissue culture of pig kidneys. ii. study with electron microscope of the development of the infected cells]. 195813534054
[modifications of the virulence of a strain of aphthous virus by successive passage in rabbits]. 195813561646
avianized modified foot and mouth disease viruses. 195813853433
[multiplication and cytopathogenic effect of foot and mouth disease in calf renal epithelium tissue cultures]. 195913659975
[determination of the sedimentation constant of the infectious principle with nucleic acid character of foot and mouth disease virus with the aid of gradient centrifugation]. 195913660170
studies on rabbit-adapted foot-and-mouth disease virus. ii. immunogenicity. 195913813299
[pathogenesis of myocarditis caused by foot and mouth disease virus (experimental studies on the adult mouse)]. 195913659832
[the infectious ribonucleic acid of foot-and-mouth disease virus]. 195913629915
some applications of detergents to the study of the virus of foot-and-mouth disease. 195913631183
[significance of ulcerative lesions of the lingual mucosa in the assay of aphthous virus on vaccinated cattle]. 195913639383
[studies on aggregate formation and inactivation of the virus of foot and mouth disease]. 195913648631
[remarks on the type c strain of foot-and-mouth disease virus in mice and young rabbits (3 to 4 months old)]. 195913650293
densitygradient centrifugation with infectious ribonucleic acid of foot-and-mouth disease virus.the sedimentation constant of an infectious component in ribonucleic acid preparations from foot-and-mouth disease virus has been determined by density-gradient centrifugation. a sedimentation constant of 37 svedberg units (s(t)) was obtained. on the assumption that the relation between the molecular weight and the sedimentation constant found by gierer is applicable to our system as well, a value of 3.1 x 10(6) was calculated for the molecular weight of the infectious component.195913668550
studies with infective ribonucleic acid from tissues and cell cultures infected with the virus of foot-and-mouth disease. 195913669312
[behavior of foot and mouth disease virus during adsorption in aluminum hydroxide and subsequent elution. i. study of the factors which influence adsorption and elution]. 195913669642
[behavior of foot and mouth disease virus during adsorption in aluminum hydroxide and subsequent elution. ii. effect of foreign protein on the adsorption and elution process]. 195913669643
[behavior of foot and mouth disease virus for adsorption in aluminum hydroxide and subsequent elution. iii. purification and concentration of foot and mouth disease virus through aluminum hydroxide]. 195913669657
[a method for rapid adaptation of foot and mouth disease virus to frenkel tissue culture]. 195913669661
[isolation of a ph stabile variant of foot and mouth disease virus and its multiplication in tissue cultures with acid medium]. 195913669673
fractionation of the virus of foot-and-mouth disease by chromatography on deae-cellulose. 195913670905
studies on rabbit-adapted foot-and-mouth disease virus. i. propagation and pathogenicity. 195913813298
[the foot-and-mouth disease virus in tissue culture (kidney cells) in the production and control of vaccines against foot-and-mouth disease]. 195913847094
properties of foot-and-mouth disease virus in tissue culture. i. changes in plaque morphology and antigenicity following passage in tissue culture. 195913816883
properties of foot-and-mouth disease virus in tissue culture: ii. persistent infection induced by temporary exposure of the cultures to antibodies. 196013816884
chemical inactivation of foot-and-mouth disease virus. 196013822122
determination of the optimal age range of mice for use in experimental studies with foot-and-mouth disease virus. 196013829079
the differentiation of subtypes (variants) of foot-and-mouth disease virus by serologic methods. ii. precipitin test in agar gel. 196013829080
the differentiation of subtypes (variants) of foot-and-mouth disease virus by serologic methods. i. complement-fixation test. 196013829081
the inactivation of foot-and-mouth disease virus with liquid ethylene oxide. 196013837586
ribonucleic acid of foot-and-mouth disease virus: its preparation, stability, and plating efficiency on bovine-kidney cultures. 196013685659
absence, in cattle, of a phase of hypersensitivity to foot and mouth disease virus, during the development of immunity to foot and mouth disease after vaccination 196014418656
growth of foot-and-mouth disease virus in bovine kidney cell suspensions. 196014430952
effect of neutral red on plaque formation by foot-and-mouth disease virus. 196014433464
persistence of foot-and-mouth disease virus in bovine kidneys and blood as related to the occurrence of antibodies. 196013713935
thermal-resistant populations of foot-and-mouth disease virus. 196013795570
analysis by electron microscopy and infectivity of foot-and mouth disease virus in moving-boundary and zone ultracentrifugation. 196013804109
transfer of immunity to foot-and-mouth disease virus from maternal mice to offspring. 196013807232
the survival of foot-and-mouth disease virus in cured and uncured meat. 196013812329
action of foot-and-mouth disease virus and metabolic poisons on bovine kidney culture cells. 196013736691
metabolic studies of bovine kidney cultures infected with foot-and-mouth disease virus. 196013736692
studies on the small particle complement-fixing antigen of foot-and-mouth disease virus. 196014433745
genetical interpretation of experimentally induced changes in the properties of foot-and-mouth disease virus. 196114039979
ribonuclease contamination of crystalline deoxyribonclease, trypsin, and of partially purified foot-and-mouth disease virus preparations. 196113736693
effect of dinitrophenol on bovine kidney culture cells infected with foot-and-mouth disease virus. 196113736694
[development of the o-58 foot-and-mouth disease virus in cultures of trypsinized renal cells of young sheep and goats. preliminary note]. 196113768824
[isolation and identification of foot-and-mouth disease virus from vesicles on the skin of a human]. 196113769196
the effect of gaseous ethylene oxide on dried foot-and-mouth disease virus. 196113776086
the multiplication of foot-and-mouth disease virus in trypsinized calf kidney and tongue cells and its use as immunizing and complement-fixing antigens. 196113720414
foot-and-mouth disease virus. its behavior in cattle after serial passages in chicken embrvos and chicks. 196113721524
the production of high concentrations of foot-and-mouth disease virus in cultures of cells on glass. 196113733389
production of foot-and-mouth disease virus with high complement-fixing antigenicity. 196113733390
chemical and electrophoretic studies of the serums of cattle infected naturally with asia-1 type foot-and-mouth disease virus. 196113734388
formation and release of foot-and-mouth disease virus from bovine calf kidney cell cultures. 196113736312
foot-and-mouth disease virus. ii. propagation and modification of 3 immunologic types of virus in embryonating chicken eggs. 196113787670
foot-and-mouth disease virus. i. propagation of 3 immunologic types of virus in chicks. 196113787669
effect of inhibitors on the metabolism of cells in tissue culture and on foot-and-mouth disease virus synthesis. 196114487088
thermal degradation of foot-and-mouth disease virus into infectious ribonucleic acid. 196113685660
dissociation of foot-and-mouth disease virus into its nucleic acid and protein components. 196113873635
a study of the antibodies in guinea pigs infected with foot-and-mouth disease virus. 196213876987
an interferon produced by foot and mouth disease virus (fmdv) in calf kidney cells. 196213886520
antibody response of adult chickens to infectious and noninfectious foot-and-mouth disease virus. 196213892229
infectivity stability of foot-and-mouth disease virus in certain mediums at various temperatures. 196213892230
isodensity ultracentrifugation of foot-and-mouth disease virus in caesium chloride. 196213922320
large-scale production of bovine kidney cultures for plaque assay of foot-and-mouth disease virus and its ribonucleic acid. 196213863746
further studies on the infection of pig-kidney cells by foot-and-mouth disease virus. 196213873634
use of bhk 21 cells in the preparation of mouse attenuated live foot-and-mouth disease vaccines for the immunization of cattle. 196213936398
[the stability of foot-and-mouth disease and influenza viruses dried by the aerosolization method]. 196213938635
localisation of cellular and foot-and-mouth disease viral components in pigkidney tissue culture cells. 196213943951
kinetics of cell infection and penetration by the virus of foot-and-mouth disease.thorne, h. v. (research institute, animal virus diseases, pirbright, england). kinetics of cell infection and penetration by the virus of foot-and-mouth disease. j. bacteriol. 84:929-942. 1962.-the kinetics of cell infection by the virus of foot-and-mouth disease were determined, using acidification to ph 5.7 to eliminate virus from the system and to stop the reaction at required times. the infection curve was sigmoidal in form with an initial lag stage followed by a linear region of slope, at m ...196213984969
the virus of foot-and-mouth disease. 196213988363
[on the antiviral action of the naphthyl-, coumaroyl-and-, and phenanthryl-derivatives of glyoxal. iii. activity on craig mh3 virus and on foot-and-mouth disease virus in vitro]. 196214010414
studies on the nature of the nature of the neutralization reaction and the competition for neutralizing antibody between components of the virus system of foot-and-mouth disease. 196214014822
[on the antiviral action of the naphthyl-, coumaroyl-and-, and phenanthryl-derivatives of glyoxal. iii. activity on craig mh3 virus and on foot-and-mouth disease virus in vitro]. 196214029677
morphology of goat kidney monolayer cultures and cellular changes produced by foot-and-mouth disease virus. 196214032333
defined medium for growth of foot-and-mouth disease virus.pledger, richard a. (plum island animal disease laboratory, greenport, n. y.) and jerome polatnick. defined medium for growth of foot-and-mouth disease virus. j. bacteriol. 83:579-583. 1962.-foot-and-mouth disease virus, grown in primary bovine calf-kidney cell layers with a defined medium containing glucose as the only organic substrate, produced virus titers equivalent to those obtained with complex media containing serum and lactalbumin hydrolyzate. mannose was the only other substrate examin ...196214487167
acid production in normal and foot-and-mouth disease virus infected bovine kidney culture cells. 196214487505
substrate utilization in bovine kidney culture cells infected with foot-and-mouth disease virus. 196214487506
growth of foot-and-mouth disease virus in a fibroblastic cell line derived from hamster kidneys. 196214476739
[culture of the aphthous virus on embryonated eggs]. 196213958604
antibody response in a group of swine after infection with foot-and-mouth disease virus.virus-neutralizing antibody and immunity after infection with foot-and-mouth disease virus was studied for 128 days in a group of swine. antibody first appeared at 3 days, rose to peak levels between 7-10 days, and regressed to a plateau by 28 days. after 28 days, there was little change in mean antibody titres. an attempt to reinfect 10 swine at 28 days was not successful. at 128 days, the immune status of 4 convalescent swine neutralized more than 4 logarithms of virus in an in vivo titration. ...196217649387
growth of foot-and-mouth disease virus in dispersed tissue cells: i. methods of production.methods are described for rapid and economical production of large quantities of foot-and-mouth disease virus in stationary cultures of trypsin-dispersed bovine kidney cells in a simple medium. yields of between 10(7) and 10(8) plaque-forming units per milliliter were obtained from serum-free cultures containing approximately a million and a half viable trypsin-dispersed cells per milliliter. some of the advantages and disadvantages of these methods of virus production are discussed.196217649388
formalin-treated foot-and-mouth disease virus: comparison of two adjuvants in cattle. 196317649456
the comparative titration of foot-and-mouth disease virus inoculated into the tongue and foot pads of guinea pigs. 196313955994
dinter z, philipson l: genetic markers associated with virulence of foot-and-mouth disease virus. 196314073097
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