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SUMMARY

Late passages of the porcine oviduct cell line spontaneously release a typical type C virus antigenically related to the type C virus released from the (15) porcine kidney cell line. The virus was non-infective for a large variety of cell lines. Type C virus can also be induced by BrdU treatment from earlier passages of the PFT cell line.

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