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Produced by: CSIRO
Shipping From: Clayton - AU
Douglas virus CSIRO150
Product Risk Group:
Viral Storage Medium -80C
Infectivity tested and quantified
Although there is little evidence that Douglas virus has been associated with disease in livestock or other animals, other viruses belonging to the Simbu serogroup can be teratogenic in pregnant ruminants.
Virus host type:
Production cell line:
Neutralisation test and whole genome sequencing (next generation sequencing)
Isolated from the blood of a healthy cow from Douglas Station, Northern Territory, Australia. The cow was bled on the 23rd June, 1978.
Information about the collection of the virus
Biological material origin:
Friday, 23 June, 1978
Country of collection:
Suspected epidemiological origin :
Inoculation of BHK-21 cell monolayer.
Isolated from the blood of a healthy cow