C58 and AKR mice of all ages develop motor neuron disease after lactate dehydrogenase-elevating virus infection but only if antiviral immune responses are blocked by chemical or genetic means or as a result of old age.

G. W. Anderson, C. Even, R. R. Rowland, G. A. Palmer, J. T. Harty, P. G. Plagemann

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