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After 270 consecutive passages through hen's eggs, O type F. & M. disease virus was non-pathogenic for cattle, but still produced typical generalized F, & M. disease in pigs and g. pigs. It appeared that the virus must come abundantly in contact with chorio-allantoic ectoderm to infect the embryo.

Traub, E.; Capps, W. I.
Monatshefte fur Tierheilkunde, 1953, 5, pp 301-316

II. Complement-fixation tests with serum from naturally infected bovines and bovine antigen, or Bovine serum or g. pig antigen, were also of little use in rapid determination of the virus type, but good results were obtained by the use of an antigen prepared from primary tongue lesions in animals...

Traub, E.; Möhlmann, H.
Zentralblatt fur Bakteriologie, Parasitenkunde, Infektionskrankheiten und Hygiene, 1943, 150, pp 300-310