Volume 19, Issue 6_Part_2
  • ISSN: 0002-9637
  • E-ISSN: 1476-1645


C. Hannoun, Laboratoire des Arbovirus, Institut Pasteur, Paris 15, France, 1 January 1968.


Isolated by C. Hannoun and colleagues at Paris, France, from pool of 200 larvae. Adult female ticks collected by hand 18 May 1966 at Ponteves, a farm near Le Sambuc, Camargue, Rhone delta, Lat. 43° N, Long. 4° E. Wall crevices of pigeon house on farm. Eggs laid by adult ticks in laboratory, hatched in October 1966. Larvae held alive in the laboratory for 4 weeks after hatching.

Larvae ground in 0.75% bovine albumin in Hanks's solution. Inoculated 0.02 ml ic in 2-day-old mice on 30 November 1966.

Virus reisolated.

No data. No data. Sensitive to 1:1,000 sodium deoxycholate; control titer 10, after-treatment titer 10. Hemagglutinin not produced in tests with infected suckling mouse brain extracted 3 times with fluorocarbon or with sucrose-acetone.


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