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SUMMARY:

The effects of intranasal inoculation of mice more than 6 weeks old with the TE 55 strain of trachoma virus were studied. The histology and course of the pulmonary lesions produced are described. Infected mice showed a poor response of complement-fixing antibodies after infection. Precipitating antigens were detected in infected mouse lungs.

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