A virus has been recovered from the feces of two children having symptoms similar to those of poliomyelitis. The virus is pathogenic for suckling mice and hamsters but not for rhesus monkeys. It induces striking lesions in the skeletal muscles of the experimental animal but not in the central nervous system. Other viruses inducing similar signs and lesions in suckling mice have been isolated from several other outbreaks of a poliomyelitis-like disease, including one large urban epidemic.
A VIRUS RECOVERED FROM THE FECES OF "POLIOMYELITIS" PATIENTS PATHOGENIC FOR SUCKLING MICE
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Gilbert Dalldorf, Grace M. Sickles, Hildegard Plager, Rebecca Gifford; A VIRUS RECOVERED FROM THE FECES OF "POLIOMYELITIS" PATIENTS PATHOGENIC FOR SUCKLING MICE . J Exp Med 1 June 1949; 89 (6): 567–582. doi: https://doi.org/10.1084/jem.89.6.567
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