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Pathological studies in chicken embryos and day-old chicks experimentally infected with avian reovirus.
Comparative analysis of virus-induced polypeptides of an avirulent and a virulent strain of avian reovirus
Avian Reovirus Polypeptides: Analysis of Intracellular Virus-Specified Products, Virions, Top Component, and Cores.
Avian reovirus mRNAs are nonfunctional in infected mouse cells: Translational basis for virus host-range restriction.
Avian reovirus-induced syncytium formation is independent of infectious progeny virus production and enhances the rate, but is not essential, for virus-induced cytopathology and virus egress
Endogenous enzymatic activities of the avian reovirus S1133: Identification of the viral capping enzyme
Avian reovirus sigma C protein contains a putative fusion sequence and induces fusion when expressed in mammalian cells
Stimulatory effect of actinomycin D on avian reovirus replication in L cells suggests that translational competition dictates the fate of the infection.
Pathogenic characteristics of highly virulent avian reovirus, strain 58-132, isolated from a chicken with tenosynovitis.
Pathogenicity of avian reoviruses isolated from tendons and tendon sheaths of chickens with leg weakness.