The infection of cats by the virus of infectious feline agranulocytosis is followed by the production of specific neutralizing and protective antibodies, and recovery from the disease is associated with the development of solid immunity to reinfection. From the evidence presented it is obvious that the virus is not related to the viruses of hog cholera, lymphocytic choriomeningitis, fox encephalitis, vesicular stomatitis, the Western type of equine encephalomyelitis, herpes, and B virus infection.
THE VIRUS OF INFECTIOUS FELINE AGRANULOCYTOSIS : II. IMMUNOLOGICAL RELATION TO OTHER VIRUSES
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J. S. Lawrence, J. T. Syverton, R. J. Ackart, W. S. Adams, D. M. Ervin, A. L. Haskins, R. H. Saunders, M. B. Stringfellow, R. M. Wetrich; THE VIRUS OF INFECTIOUS FELINE AGRANULOCYTOSIS : II. IMMUNOLOGICAL RELATION TO OTHER VIRUSES . J Exp Med 1 January 1943; 77 (1): 57–64. doi: https://doi.org/10.1084/jem.77.1.57
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