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Waste from Johannesburg municipal abattoir was tested on 23 occasions. Three types of fluid were included: slaughter floor washings, the same after the addition of digester steam condensate, and washings of the intestines of sheep and cattle. Un-weaned mice were not useful for detecting virus, but...

Malherbe, H. H.; Strickl-Cholmley, M.; Geyer, S. M.
Inter-science., New York, USA
Transmission of viruses by the water route., 1967, pp 347-354