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Enterotropic mouse hepatitis virus (MHV) infections are limited to the intestinal mucosa, rarely disseminate to other tissues and cause disease only in neonatal mice. The role of virus-host cell receptor interactions in the limited tissue tropism of enterotropic MHV infections is unclear. Previous studies have shown that enterotropic MHV-Y can infect BHK cells stably transfected with either the MHVR or the mmCGM2 receptor gene. In contrast, enterotropic MHV-RI infects BHK cells stablypmid:9782261 fatcat:iiwzk5r5ffa5tmjde2a3cf2e3q