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SUMMARY

Examination of Navarro, Kwatta,and Mossuril viruses by electron microscopy revealed typical rhabdovirus morphology. They are longer than most other rhabdoviruses. All three viruses were observed in sections of infected mouse brain while Navarro and Kwatta viruses were also observed in infected Vero cells. The three viruses were unrelated antigenically to each other and to other rhabdoviruses of animals.

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