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immune response of steers inoculated with chemically-treated foot-and-mouth disease virus preparations previously studied in swine. 19674299724
characteristics of a c strain of foot-and-mouth disease virus propagated in bhk 21 cells. 19674299729
foot-and-mouth disease in swine. i. the immune response of swine of chemically-treated and non-treated foot-and-mouth disease virus. 19674299772
the influence of the host cell, ionic strength and chymotrypsin on foot-and-mouth disease virus electrophoretic mobility. 19674299773
[the influence of 1 mol mgc12 and 2 mol nac1 on the inactivation at 50 degrees c of foot-and-mouth disease virus (mks)]. 19674300049
improved techniques for the detection of foot-and-mouth disease virus in carrier cattle. 19674298422
[masked genome in foot-and-mouth disease virus and the behavior of the masked-genome virus in thermal inactivation]. 19674298425
[immunological conditions following natural infection with foot-and-mouth disease virus and after vaccination]. 19674300477
[inactivation of foot-and-mouth disease virus with special consideration of tenacity and disinfection]. 19674300478
[study of an interferon induced by the foot-and-mouth disease virus strain c (loupoigne) in the testicular cells of the calf]. 19674304374
[findings on the use of bhk21 cultures in research on modified or attenuated foot-and-mouth disease viruses]. 19674305289
effect of actinomycin d on virus-induced ribonucleic acid polymerase formation in foot-and-mouth disease virus-infected baby hamster kidney cells.actinomycin d, at a concentration that inhibits cellular ribonucleic acid (rna) synthesis, inhibited the production of foot-and-mouth disease virus-induced rna polymerase in baby hamster kidney cells. inhibition was proportional to exposure time and reached 85% when actinomycin d was added 90 min before infection. polymerase production was inhibited to the same extent in growth and minimal media, and the kinetics of its appearance were slightly different than in untreated cells. enzyme preparati ...19674316246
[enhancement, by addition of diethylaminoethyl-dextran, of the infectivity of ribonucleic acid from foot-and-mouth disease virus]. 19674318194
foot-and-mouth disease in swine. ii. some physical-chemical characteristics of antibodies produced by chemically-treated and non-treated foot-and-mouth disease virus. 19674970561
[carbohydrate metabolism in a culture of embryonic kidney epithelium of swine infected with foot-and-mouth disease virus]. 19675600608
[thermostabile inhibitor against foot-and-mouth disease virus in pig serum. iv. relationship to antibody production after inoculation]. 19675628220
[the biological activity of mixtures of foot-and-mouth disease virus and serums in animal experiments on mice pretreated unspecifically (cattle spleen extract)]. 19675633606
[determination of the electrophoretic mobility of the foot-and-mouth disease virus in agar gel by radioactivity measurements]. 19675634254
[on the structure of foot-and-mouth disease virus protein]. 19674384733
inhibition of ribonucleic acid methylation in the foot-and-mouth disease virus-infected host cell. 196716496523
effect of virus infection on the stability and synthesis of actinomycin-resistant ribonucleic acid in baby-hamster kidney cells.1. the sucrose-gradient pattern of (32)p-labelled rna synthesized in actinomycintreated baby-hamster kidney cells infected with foot-and-mouth-disease virus depends greatly on the period of labelling. 2. fractions are formed in infected cells that sediment at 12-20s and have the same base composition as similar fractions found in non-infected cells that have been treated with actinomycin. 3. in the presence of guanidine, which completely inhibits viral rna synthesis, these fractions are labelled ...196716742575
some physical properties of purified neurotropic foot-and-mouth disease virus. 19684384410
influence of litter size, age, variation, and selective breeding of mice on susceptibility to foot-and-mouth disease virus. 19685637929
foot-and-mouth disease virus in semen of bulls and its transmission by artificial insemination. 19685680978
[identification of the types of foot-and-mouth disease virus. quarterly cumulative report]. 19684319366
[identification of the types of foot-and-mouth disease virus. nong-sarsaï (thailand). results of the diagnosis and identification of the foot-and-mouth disease virus]. 19684319367
comparison of cryobiological and freeze-drying characteristics of foot and mouth disease virus and of vesicular stomatitis virus. 19684317755
[preparation and control of variant sera for type o foot-and-mouth disease virus]. 19684314301
[comparative resistance of foot-and-mouth disease virus to formalin and hydroxylamine]. 19684314302
stability of purified foot and mouth disease virus after freeze-drying and storage. 19684304872
large-scale cultivation of animal cells in roller bottles for production of decigram amounts of pure foot-and-mouth disease virus. 19684305442
the susceptibility of some australian fauna to infection with foot and mouth disease virus. 19684306882
immunogenicity of nanogram to milligram quantities of inactivated foot-and-mouth disease virus. ii. comparative response of guinea pigs and steers. 19684308554
[an electron microscopic study of foot-and-mouth disease virus]. 19684311389
[biological properties of the a22 foot-and-mouth disease virus]. 19684311390
[isolation of foot-and-mouth disease virus from swine that is apathogenic to cattle]. 19684311392
[the viability of foot-and-mouth disease virus in air]. 19684311393
[appearance of infectious ribonucleic acid during a one-step growth cycle of foot-and-mouth disease virus in pig kidney cells]. 19684311471
[use of the ai variant of deproteinized foot-and-mouth disease virus in the production of vaccine]. 19684312578
[saponin vaccine from the ai variant of lapinized foot-and-mouth disease virus]. 19684312579
[inactivation of foot-and-mouth disease virus in the preparation of a complement fixing antigen]. 19684312586
[immunogenic properties of foot-and-mouth disease virus inactivated by various methods]. 19684312587
[a study of replication of foot-and-mouth disease virus in infected cells]. 19684310522
[behavior of attenuated foot-and-mouth disease virus strains in the suckling mouse]. 19684300532
site of foot-and-mouth disease virus-ribonucleic acid synthesis and some properties of its double-stranded ribonucleic acid. 19684298435
the origin of hybrid variants derived from subtype strains of foot-and-mouth disease virus. 19684300103
observations on complete and empty capsids of foot-and-mouth disease virus. 19684300109
a study of the heterogeneous 37s ribonucleic acid induced by foot-and-mouth-disease virus.1. the 37s rna induced in baby-hamster kidney cells by infection with foot-and-mouth-disease virus was examined on sucrose gradients and by filtration through sepharose 4b. 2. the rna sedimented faster (37s) and as a broader band than the 35s rna from purified virus. 3. treatment with deoxyribonuclease, pronase or amylase did not alter the sedimentation profile of the 37s rna. 4. treatment of individual fractions of the rna with phenol, dimethyl sulphoxide or methylcellosolve did not decrease th ...19684297047
ph resistance of foot-and-mouth disease virus and its complement-fixing antigen. 19684298398
effects of chronic residence on size and size distribution of plaques of type a foot-and-mouth disease virus in primary calf kidney cell cultures. 19684295430
amino acid composition and c-terminal sequence of foot-and-mouth disease virus protein. 19684295915
the foot and mouth disease virus content of guinea-pig epidermis after mechanical injury. 19684296131
recombination between conditional lethal mutants within a strain of foot-and-mouth disease virus. 19684296358
the isolation and characterization of foot-and-mouth disease virus from clinically normal herds of cattle in botswana. 19684296415
[studies on the thermal inactivation of foot-and mouth disease virus]. 19684301714
the incidence and distribution of the different types of the foot-and-mouth disease virus in india. 19684301800
[seroneutralization of sub-types a of foot-and-mouth disease virus on a cellular system. establishment of a relation between the titre of the serum and the titre of the virus]. 19684301801
[study in the razi institute of foot-and-mouth disease virus strains isolated in the middle east from 1962 to 1967. influence on the control of foot-and-mouth disease]. 19684301803
a study of the physical properties of the immunizing antigen of foot-and-mouth disease virus and the effect of various inactivating agents on its structure. 19684301974
the use of interferon production as a marker in the development of a modified strain of foot-and-mouth disease virus. 19684300581
some factors affecting interferon production by foot-and-mouth disease virus in bovine tissue cultues. 19684300584
ionizing irradiation of foot-and-mouth disease virus and its ribonucleic acid. 19684300589
behavior in cattle of iranian strains of foot-and-mouth disease virus subjected to serial passage in different kinds of cells. 19684300612
behavior of foot-and-mouth disease virus on serial passage in different kinds of cells. a contribution to experimental epidemiology at cell level. 19684300613
changes in protein and nucleic acid metabolism in baby hamster kidney cells infected with foot-and-mouth disease virus. 19684300625
evidence for a single structural polypeptide in foot-and-mouth disease virus. 19684300662
[different sensitivity of various cell culture systems to ribonucleic acid from, for cell cultures noninfectious, foot-and-mouth disease virus]. 19684300739
[studies on live foot-and-mouth disease virus vaccines]. 19684300940
relationship of donor age to adsorption of foot-and-mouth disease virus by mouse tissues. 19684300969
[destruction of the foot-and-mouth disease virus in milk products through temperature]. 19684301066
[study of alkylating agents for the inactivation of foot-and-mouth disease virus and the preparation of a new inactivated vaccine]. 19684303692
attenuation of foot-and-mouth disease virus type "o" by serial passages in goats. 19684303693
occurrence and survival of foot-and-mouth disease virus in external lesions and discharges of experimentally infected buffalo-calves. 19684303695
[typing of foot-and-mouth disease virus. world reference laboratory for foot-and-mouth disease virus, pirbright (great britain). cumulative quarterly report]. 19684303696
[typing of the foot-and-mouth disease virus. nong-sarai (thailand)]. 19684303697
[transmissibility of infectious ribonucleic acid from neurotropic foot-and-mouth disease virus from murine brains to the brains of small laboratory animals]. 19684304281
[the illusion of attenuated foot-and-mouth disease virus by interference between avirulent and virulent virus of the same strain]. 19684301182
the inactivation of foot-and mouth disease virus by chemicals and disinfectants. 19684301329
the persistence of foot-and mouth disease virus in sheep. 19684303955
[studies on the differentiation of the foot-and-mouth disease virus types o, a and c in cell culture using the direct coons' method]. 19684176180
immunochemical studies of foot-and-mouth disease. iii. acridine orange staining of agar gel precipitin reactions.agar gel diffusion precipitin reactions obtained with foot-and-mouth disease virus antigens were examined by an acridine orange staining procedure. after treatment with 0.01% acridine orange, precipitin bands produced by the virus particles (140 s antigen) fluoresced flame red when examined under ultraviolet light and with 0.001% to 0.0001% acridine orange, a yellow green. treatment with rnase prior to staining inhibited the reaction, whereas, treatment with dnase did not. this was in accord wit ...196818614127
reactions of intracellular crystals of foot-and-mouth disease virus with ferritin-tagged antibody. 19694182173
activated sepharose as an adsorbent for antibodies of foot-and-mouth disease virus, and its use as an immunoadsorbent for type and subtype differentiation. 19694186898
modification of foot-and-mouth disease viruses in primary dog kidney cell cultures. 19694304331
immunochemical studies of foot-and-mouth disease. v. antigenic variants of virus demonstrated by immunodiffusion analyses with 19s but not 7s antibodies.three antigenic variants of foot-and-mouth disease virus, type a, strain 119, were demonstrated in ouchterlony analyses utilizing serum collected from guinea pigs 7 days postinfection (dpi). such antisera contain antibodies of the 19s class. guinea pig antisera that contained antibodies of the 7s class were unable to distinguish between the antigenic variants. similarly, 19s antibody was able to demonstrate antigenic differences in trypsin- and chymotrypsin-treated viruses that were not detected ...19694302741
in vitro products of a membrane-free foot-and-mouth disease virus ribonucleic acid polymerase. 19694303489
viability of foot-and-mouth disease virus in oil emulsions. 19694311208
continuation of studies on the incidence and distribution of different types of foot-and-mouth disease virus in india. 19694313319
foot-and-mouth disease virus inhibition induced in mice by synthetic double-stranded rna (polyriboinosinic and polyribocytidylic acids).synthetic 2-stranded rna-a helical complex formed by duplexing homopolymers of polyriboinosinic and polyribocytidylic acids (poly i:c)-induced host resistance to foot-and-mouth disease virus when microgram quantities were injected into mice. there was a graded response as shown by titrations of polynucleotide complex or virus. protection was effective for >48 hours after a single injection of polynucleotide complex. survival and serum interferon titers were directly related.19694312754
an interferon-like inhibitor of foot-and-mouth disease virus induced by phytohemagglutinin in swine leukocyte cultures. 19694313026
airborne excretion of foot-and-mouth disease virus. 19694311577
electrophoretic characterization of foot-and-mouth disease virus-specific ribonucleic acid.foot-and-mouth disease virus (fmdv)-specific ribonucleic acid (rna) was analyzed by electrophoresis on 0.5% agarose gels. four classes of rna were resolved as a function of mobility in agarose: two classes of slowly migrating multistranded rna, the infectious viral rna with intermediate mobility, and a minor fast-moving class of lower-molecular-weight single-stranded rna. the major rna species were infectious viral rna and the slowest migrating class of multistranded rna. the latter rna was poly ...19694311799
inhibition of host cell ribosomal ribonucleic acid methylation by foot-and-mouth disease virus.a study of protein and ribonucleic acid (rna) synthesis in cells infected by foot-and-mouth disease virus has indicated possible mechanisms of viral control over host cell metabolism. foot-and-mouth disease virus infection of baby hamster kidney cells resulted in 50% inhibition of host cell protein synthesis at 180 min postinfection. a viral-induced interference with host cell rna methylation was observed to be more rapidly inhibited than protein synthesis. to determine the nature of methylation ...19694311801
[viral particle specific serums, used in complement fixation tests of foot-and-mouth disease virus]. 19694312138
evidence for an internal antigen in foot-and-mouth disease virus. 19694308741
heat inactivation of foot-and-mouth disease virus in blood products. 19694308879
the isolation of foot-and-mouth disease virus from african buffalo (syncerus caffer). 19694309109
persistence of foot-and-mouth disease virus in lymph nodes and blood of experimentally infected buffalo-calves in west pakistan. 19694309241
changed environmental conditions affecting normal body temperature of mice and its effect on the multiplication of foot and mouth disease virus. 19694307099
the isolation of two enzyme-ribonucleic acid complexes involved in the synthesis of foot-and-mouth disease virus ribonucleic acid.the foot-and-mouth disease virus-rna polymerase complex was released from membrane particulates present in the cytoplasm of infected baby hamster kidney cells. the soluble polymerase complex was fractionated by zonal centrifugation in sucrose gradients. two polymerase complexes (rna and protein complex) active in the cell-free system were isolated and had s-rate ranges of 20-70s and 100-300s, respectively. the light polymerase complex contained 20s double-stranded rna; and the heavy polymerase c ...19694308096
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