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factors influencing the dynamics of the multiplication of foot-and-mouth disease virus in adult mice. 196313979031
serial cultures of lamb testicular cells and their use in virus studies. 196313954242
the comparative titration of foot-and-mouth disease virus inoculated into the tongue and foot pads of guinea pigs. 196313955994
antigenic differences between strains of foot-and-mouth disease virus of type sat 1. 196313956022
the effect of various inactivating agents on the viral and ribonucleic acid infectivities of foot-and-mouth disease virus and on its attachment to susceptible cells. 196314015959
chromatography of infective ribonucleic acid from foot-and-mouth disease virus on calcium phosphate. 196314015960
[comparison of reactions of the guinea pig to the inoculation of type c bovine strain of foot-and-mouth disease virus adapted, at the same time, to guinea pigs and to 24-40 day-old mice]. 196314021296
[observations on the determination of foot-and-mouth disease virus types and on the role of these types in the genesis of epizootics of aphthous fever in rumania]. 196314166971
[measurement of the post-vaccinal antiaphthous immunity of the ox by guinea pig assay]. 196313931388
[the stabilizing and reactivating influence of trypsin on the virus of teschen disease (swine paralysis) and inactivation of foot and mouth disease virus by this enzyme]. 196313933586
[adaptation of a strain of group a aphthous virus to the 24-40-day-old mouse and the 17-18-day-old rat]. 196314048737
[increase of resistance of mice to infection with foot-and-mouth disease virus by pretreatment with a homologous extract from suckling mice]. 196314049317
the role of interferon in persistent infection with foot-and-mouth disease virus. 196314053275
influence of tissue culture passage on virulence of foot-and-mouth disease virus for mother mice.campbell, charles h. (plum island animal disease laboratory, greenport, n.y.). influence of tissue culture passage on virulence of foot-and-mouth disease virus for mother mice. j. bacteriol. 86:593-597. 1963.-foot-and-mouth disease virus serially passaged in bovine cell cultures was more lethal for mother mice than the parent virus from infected steers. in tests with virus from several pools of bovine tongue tissue, only 0 to 20% of the mice died. serial passage of such virus in primary calf-kid ...196314066443
the use of acetylethyleneimine in the production of inactivated foot-and-mouth disease vaccines. 196314066590
in vitro measurement of the potency of inactivated foot-and-mouth disease virus vaccines. 196314066591
[research on the comparative activity of the hydrochloride of n1-n1 anhydro-bis (beta-hydroxyethyl) biguanide. hcl (abob) on the influenza virus and various animal viruses]. 196314069332
purification of radioactive foot-and-mouth disease virus. 196314072035
dinter z, philipson l: genetic markers associated with virulence of foot-and-mouth disease virus. 196314073097
formaldehyde inactivation of foot-and-mouth disease virus as applied to vaccine preparation. 196314081446
[the effect of chemical substances on virustatic properties with the aid of the plaque test]. 196314093846
[structure and mode of propagation of animal virus strains. iv. methods of demonstration and examination on the structure of foot-and-mouth-disease virus and venezuelan equine encephalitis virus]. 196314095153
metabolism of 14c-glucose in normal and foot-and-mouth disease virus infected bovine kidney culture cells. 196314099816
[structure and mode of multiplication of animal virus types. 5. experimental part: studies on the multiplication of the venezuelan equine encephalitis virus, of the vesicular stomatitis virus and the foot-and-mouth disease virus]. 196314109006
[the phenomenon of apathy in man and animals after the injection of viruses in very high doses. clinical data]. 196314114227
a sensitive method for interferon assay. 196314115259
[on the formation and culture of plaques of foot-and-mouth disease virus in tylose-covered calf kidney cultures]. 196314119874
chemical physical properties of virtually pure foot-and-mouth disease virus. 196414125897
response of sheep to experimental infection with foot-and-mouth disease virus. 196414125918
the antigenic connection between two different types of foot-and-mouth disease viruses and their subparticles. 196414127842
factors affecting the growth of virus of foot-and-mouth disease on surviving explants of bovine tongue epithelium. 196414128311
[modifications of the behavior of aftosa viruses during successive passages in tissue culture at various temperatures. detection of "cold" mutants]. 196414131343
[recent data on foot-and-mouth disease virus]. 196414137111
[dose-effect law of the anti-aftosa antigen on consanguine mice]. 196414139981
apparent modification of foot-and-mouth disease virus after prolonged residence in surviving cells. 196414141524
[serological type specificity, evaluated by the neutralization test in mice, of aftosa virus (types c and a7) reisolated from mice inoculated with virulent products subjected to treatment by nitrous acid and phenol]. 196414141568
foot-and-mouth disease virus: structure and mechanism of degradation as deduced from absorbance-temperature relationships. 196414168688
kinetics of the inactivation of viruses. 196414172021
[attempt at mathematical analysis of change in the virulence of foot-and mouth-disease virus during passage in mice]. 196414181224
[modification of the type c aphthous virus by passages on adult mice: immunogenic capacity]. 196414186910
a plaque marker of type c foot-and-mouth disease virus strains from a porcine epizootic. 196414190112
production and purification of milligram amounts of foot-and-mouth disease virus from baby hamster kidney cell cultures.a stable line of baby hamster kidney cells for use in the production of, and subsequent purification of, foot-and-mouth disease virus (fmdv) was grown in large quantities on the cylindrical surfaces of 2-liter baxter bottles. the bottles, in round wire cages, were rotated on a three-tiered roller mill. the cells retained their rapid growth characteristics and susceptibility to fmdv in a tris(hydroxymethyl)aminomethane buffer-containing medium which was especially formulated for large-scale work. ...196414201092
inactivation of foot-and-mouth disease virus by glycidaldehyde. 196414204822
visualization of capsomeres of foot-and mouth disease virus. 196414209636
preparation of foot-and-mouth disease virus antigens for gel precipitin tests. 196414209641
relation of physiologic conditions to variations in susceptibility of mother mice to foot-and-mouth disease virus. 196414210791
virulence and interferon production of strains of foot-and mouth disease virus. 196414214392
further studies of the early antibody in the sea of cattle and guinea pigs infected with foot-and-mouth disease virus. 196414218596
suppression of the inhibitory action of guanidine on virus multiplication by some amino acids. 196414227028
factors associated with anaphylactic reactions to chicken embryo foot-and-mouth disease vaccine and flury rabies vaccine in cattle of venezuela. 196414227161
observations on the duration of immunity in cattle after experimental infection with foot-and-mouth disease virus. 196414234053
a complement fixation technique for the quantitative measurement of antigenic differences between strains of the virus of foot-and-mouth disease. 196414239920
virus specific ribonucleic acids in baby hamster kidney cells infected with foot-and-mouth disease virus. 196414241236
inhibition of multiplication of foot-and-mouth disease virus by guanidine hydrochloride. 196414248709
[preservation of frozen foot-and mouth disease virus]. 196414257909
treat lesions in heifers experimentally infected with foot-and mouth disease virus. 196414266847
[on the development of myotropic foot-and-mouth disease virus strains in guinea pigs]. 19644284150
[experimental increase of nonspecific resistance to infection of the mouse with foot-and-mouth disease virus]. 19644284151
[subtypes of the foot-and-mouth disease virus type o. their antigenic and immunologic properties and mutual relationships]. 19644284199
effect of 2-(a hydroxybenzyl) benzimidazole on teschen disease virus, pig enteric viruses, and foot-and-mouth disease virus in kidney cell cultures.the synthetic compound, 2-((a) hydroxybenzyl) benzimidazole (hbb) partially inhibited the cytopathogenicity and multiplication of teschen disease virus (tdv) and 6 enteric-cytopathogenic porcine orphan (ecpo) viruses in swine cells but not of foot-and-mouth disease virus (fmdv) in bovine kidney cells. for fmdv, there appeared to be a slight enhancement in virus yield and in cytopathic effect when hbb was present. the inhibition of the viral cytopathic effect and reproduction of tdv and ecpo viru ...196417649516
studies on a rabbit-adapted foot-and-mouth disease virus of type c. waldmann: i. adaptation and immunogenicity. 196417649543
rotational symmetry in foot-and-mouth disease virus and models.with small, animal viruses for which electron-microscope images show little penetration by negative stain, the rotation technique for structure determination is useful. foot-and-mouth disease virus resembles a 32-unit model when rotational images of virus and models simulating virus in negative stain are compared.196517751854
[evaluation of the immunogenic capacity of the foot-and-mouth disease virus by measurement of complement fixing capacity after treatment by a fluorocarbon]. 19654285035
typing of the foot-and-mouth disease virus. 19654285040
comparison of the inactivation and antigenicity of foot-and-mouth-disease virus by acetylethyleneimine and by combined effect of ultraviolet light and beta-propiolactone. 19654285068
actinomycetes activity against foot and mouth disease virus determined by a new method. 19654285352
[the variability of the size of plaques of the foot-and-mouth disease virus]. 19654287821
comparative assay of foot-and-mouth disease virus in cattle, mice, and cell cultures. 19654286221
sensitivity of cell cultures, cattle, mice, and guinea-pigs for detection of nineteen foot-and-mouth disease viruses. 19654286222
cross-protection product in an attempt of quantitative antigenic differentiation of two foot-and-mouth disease virus strains type o in cattle. 19654286223
typing of the foot-and-mouth disease virus. 19654286224
activity of foot-and-mouth disease virus antiserum after treatment with beta-propiolactone to inactivate a contaminating virus. 19654286245
some surface-active agents and their virucidal effect on foot-and-mouth disease virus.selected cationic and anionic surface-active compounds were tested to determine their virucidal effect on the foot-and-mouth disease virus, type o, strain m11, propagated in primary calf kidney cells. the chemical inactivation of the virus was tested with 0.5, 1.0, 2.0, and 5.0% concentrations of the selected compounds. virus controls with ph adjusted to cover the expected range of the mixtures of the chemicals and virus were also tested. the absence of virus from the mixtures of chemical and vi ...19654286396
foot and mouth disease virus rna as an antigenic factor in the complement-fixation reaction applied to the examination of human tumors. 19654286460
growth of foot and mouth disease virus in organ cultures of mouse pancreas. 19654286947
isolation of variant strains from foot-and-mouth disease virus propagated in cell cultures containing antiviral sera. 19654286959
observations on pathogenicity and immunogenicity of a cell-culture-modified foot-and-mouth disease virus. 19654287070
production of foot-and-mouth disease virus antigen from bhk 21 clone 13 cells grown and infected in deep suspension cultures. 19654284162
isolation of variants during passage of a strain of foot-and-mouth disease virus in partly immunized cattle. 19654283920
[on testing the efficiency of foot-and-mouth disease hyperimmune serum in guinea pigs by injecting myotropic foot-and-mouth disease virus strains]. 19654283976
morphological transformation of calf kidney cells induced by foot-and-mouth disease virus. 19654284100
[contribution to clone isolation of foot-and-mouth disease virus with the plaque method]. 19654160239
[immunobiologic properties of the asia-1 type strain of the foot-and-mouth disease virus]. 19654288812
[growing of foot-and-mouth disease virus in tissue culture]. 19654288813
[further cases of foot-and-mouth disease virus infections in man]. 19654290196
effect of chemical agents on foot-and-mouth disease virus production in cell cultures. 19654287298
[experiments with immunization of mice with experimentally increased nonspecific resistance against the foot-and-mouth disease virus]. 19655855404
inhibition of virus growth by a toxic factor from asbestos pad and cellulose acetate membrane filters. 196514270733
behavior of an attenuated strain of foot-and-mouth disease virus in culture. 196514276293
[study on the agglutination test of collodion particles sensitized with aphthous fever virus and prozone phenomenon]. 196514276960
evidence of genetic recombination in foot-and-mouth disease virus. 196514277084
the influence of previously x-irradiated aqueous solutions on the infectivity of the viruses of foot-and-mouth disease and vesicular stomatitis. 196514283042
antibody response to the noninfectious 7 mu component of the virus of foot-and-mouth disease. 196514297221
a simplified method for preparing bovine kidney cells for growth on glass. 196514316802
secretion of foot-and-mouth disease virus and antibody in the saliva of infected and immunized cattle. 196514317611
antibodies produced by guinea pigs infected with foot-and-mouth disease virus. 196514321429
a line of polyoma-transformed bhk21 cells insusceptible to foot-and-mouth disease virus. 196514324002
a 65 s particle containing viral protein in cells infected with foot-and-mouth disease virus. 196514324003
freeze-drying of foot-and-mouth disease virus and storage stability of the infectivity of dried virus at 4 c.foot-and-mouth disease virus, type a, strain 119, propagated in cultures of calf kidney cells and in the tongue epithelium of cattle was used. the process of freeze-drying was conducted in two cycles on unit volumes of 4 ml in pyrex ampoules, averaging 150 ampoules per run, and was studied separately from the problems of storage. ampoules containing freeze-dried virus were flame-sealed for either immediate study or storage at 4 c for later reference. tissue-culture virus dried with various addit ...196514325296
[sensitivity of a cell line of the swine kidney to sat type 1 aphthous virus of asia. strains from iran and turkey]. 196514325347
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