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Studies on mixed infection with Newcastle disease virus. III. Activation of nonplaque-forming virus by plaque-forming virus

Virology

May 1, 1961

A GRANOFF

PMID: 13707858

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Newcastle Disease

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Studies on mixed infection with Newcastle disease virus. III. Activation of nonplaque-forming virus by plaque-forming virus

Virology

May 1, 1961

A GRANOFF

PMID: 13707858

DOI:

Abstract

No abstract listed.

Mentioned in this Paper

Newcastle Disease

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NK Cells: Viral Immunity

Natural Killer (NK) cells are critical for the containment of viral replication, particularly during early infection. Some viruses such as HIV and influenza have developed mechanisms to evade NK detection and infect the host. Here is the latest research on NK cells and viral immunity.

NK Cells: Viral Immunity (ASM)

Natural Killer (NK) cells are critical for the containment of viral replication, particularly during early infection. Some viruses such as HIV and influenza have developed mechanisms to evade NK detection and infect the host. Here is the latest research on NK cells and viral immunity.

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The Journal of Experimental Medicine

Double infections of single cells with ECHO 7 and Coxsackie A9 viruses

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