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Abstract

SUMMARY

Using the immunofluorescence technique with antisera directed against markers on mouse brain cells, polyoma virus was found to infect , type 1 astrocytes, brain fibroblasts and leptomeningeal cells but not oligodendrocytes, type 2 astrocytes or neurones.

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