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Abstract

SUMMARY: The filamentous forms of fowl-plague virus, isolated from infected eggs by Elford and Dawson, may be similar in origin to the stalked forms of vaccinia virus discovered in preparations of infected cells by Bland & Robinow, who contended that they were elementary bodies attached to cytoplasmic threads derived from the host cell.

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References

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