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Abstract

SUMMARY

Eosinophilic intranuclear filaments described previously in Rift Valley Fever infected cells, were shown to fluoresce specifically in an indirect technique with antiserum to the virus. Actinomycin D failed to suppress development of the filaments or replication of the virus.

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