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Journal of Virology
Biological, biochemical, and biophysical properties of three lymphocytic choriomeningitis (LCM) virus strains were compared. The biological property examined was the concentration range of virus which would, when injected into neonates, cause a carrier state. The dosage range for the CA1371 and Traub strains was found to be as broad as the limits examined (5 to 100 LDto units/mouse). The WCP strain, however, would only produce carriers within a 3 to 5 LDso range. The biochemical propertiesdoi:10.1128/jvi.2.3.161-166.1968 fatcat:vibtehyhnnbnpd2qkyrimfim2q