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Alkhumra hemorrhagic fever virus (AHFV) is an emerging flavivirus that was discovered in 1994-1995 in Saudi Arabia. Clinical manifestations of AHFV infection include hemorrhagic fever, hepatitis, and encephalitis, with a reported mortality rate as high as 25%. Biological characteristics of this...

Author(s)
Madani, T. A.; Abuelzein, E. T. M. E.; Abu-Araki, H.; Azhar, E. I.; Al-Bar, H. M. S.
Publisher
Springer-Wien, Wien, Austria
Citation
Archives of Virology, 2013, 158, 1, pp 97-101
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Chandra, R.
Citation
Acta Virologica, 1997, 41, 1, pp 59-62
Abstract

In the province of Hälsingland in central Sweden, mosquitoes were sampled in 1983 with rabbit-, guineapig-, hen- and dove-baited and unbaited suction traps and similarly baited net traps. Blood-meals were identified by the precipitin test. Aedes cantans, A. cinereus, A. communis, A. diantaeus, A....

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Jaenson, T. G. T.; Niklasson, B.
Citation
Bulletin of Entomological Research, 1986, 76, 3, pp 375-383
Abstract

Porcine, feline and rat parvoviruses were shown to be antigenically distinct. Specific antibody to feline and rat parvoviruses was shown in a high proportion of porcine serum samples, and to the porcine parvovirus in serum samples from cattle, sheep, cats, guinea-pigs, mice and rats, but not from...

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Joo, H. S.; Donaldson-Wood, C. R.; Johnson, R. H.; Watson, D. L.
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Research in Veterinary Science, 1976, 21, 1, pp 112-113
Abstract

Of 43 individual fish, reptile, bird and mammal serum samples examined, 30 contained haemagglutination-inhibiting activity against infectious canine hepatitis virus or infectious laryngotracheitis virus or both; eight neutralized viral infectivity. Seventeen samples exhibited an irregular...

Author(s)
Shortridge, K. F.; Belyavin, G.
Citation
Journal of Comparative Pathology, 1973, 83, No.2, pp 181-189
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The virus was isolated from skin scrapings from 4-6 weeks old piglets in a herd in the Po valley. About half the 320 piglets were affected, with pocks on the back and sides, but no systemic symptoms, all recovering in about three weeks. The virus was propagated in stable PK-15 cell culture, through ...

Author(s)
Lodetti, E.; Gualandi, G. L.; Ubertini, T.
Citation
Veterinaria italiana, 1969, 20, pp 157-176
Abstract

Strains MP-3(45) and MP-3(83) were isolated from nasal and faecal swabs from buffalo calves showing clinical signs of pneumo-enteritis. Both strains formed well-defined plaques and produced cytopathic effects in calf and buffalo kidney cultures. The viruses also produced intranuclear and...

Author(s)
Singh, K. V.; Baz, T. I.
Publisher
Lond.,
Citation
Nature, 1966, 210, pp 656-657
Abstract

The haemagglutination (HA) properties and cytopathic effect (CPE) of two bovine parainfluenza-3 (PI-3) viral plaque types isolated from a single primary embryonic bovine kidney (EBK) cell-adapted population were determined. The HA properties and CPE were different for each plaque type and for the...

Author(s)
Frank, G. H.
Publisher
USDA Natn. Anim. Dis. Lab., Ames, Iowa 50010,
Citation
American Journal of Veterinary Research, 1970, 31, pp 1085-1091
Abstract

Two strains of parainfluenza 3 virus were isolated in cultures of bovine embryonic kidney cells from nasal swabs from cattle with acute respiratory illness in 1958 and 1962. The virus agglutinated erythrocytes of the pigeon, chicken, mouse, guineapig, goat, sheep, cattle and man (O) and the red...

Author(s)
Inaba, Y.; Omori, T.; Kono, M.; Matumoto, M.
Citation
Jikken Igaku Zasshi = Japanese Journal of Experimental Medicine, 1963, 33, pp 313-329
Abstract

The two isolates, designated "45" and "83" [see also V.B. 36, abst. 3938], agglutinated r.b.c. of cattle, sheep, buffalo, mouse and rabbit; "45" did not agglutinate chicken and g.pig r.b.c. whereas "83" agglutinated them at low titre. The viruses were sensitive to ether and were inactivated by...

Author(s)
Singh, K. V.; Baz, T. I.
Publisher
Prague,
Citation
Acta Virologica, 1967, 11, pp 229-237

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