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Intervirology (2012) 55 (5): 391–394.
Published Online: 06 December 2011
...N. Johnson; S.M. Brookes; D.M. Healy; Y. Spencer; D. Hicks; A. Nunez; G. Wells; A.R. Fooks Human infection with the rabies-related virus European bat lyssavirus type-2 (EBLV-2) has only been reported on two occasions. Here we report the pathology observed within spinal cord and visceral tissues...
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Intervirology (1973) 1 (1): 60–72.
Published Online: 25 July 2008
...Richard W. Emmons; Larry L. Leonard; Frank De Genaro, Jr.; Edwin S. Protas; Percival L. Bazeley; Samuel T. Giammona; Karl Sturckow A 2½-year-old boy was severely bitten April 1 1969, by a rabid bobcat in San Diego, Calif. He was promptly treated with duck embryo rabies vaccination...
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Intervirology (1974) 3 (4): 256–268.
Published Online: 25 July 2008
...Frederick A. Murphy; Sally P. Bauer Twelve isolates of street rabies virus were inoculated intramuscularly into young hamsters and the course of infection was followed by frozen section immunofluorescence. Animals infected with 10 of the 12 viruses had antigen in striated muscle at day 3...
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Intervirology (2001) 43 (4-6): 302–311.
Published Online: 28 February 2001
...P. Perrin; Y. Jacob; N. Tordo Rabies is a fatal encephalomyelitis. Most cases occur in developing countries and are transmitted by dogs. Because of their high cost, cell culture vaccines have not totally replaced the unsafe brain-derived vaccines which are still used in many developing countries...