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Cameron and Moore came to similar conclusions expressed in the current terminology of virus infections and, using isolation and serological technics remarkably similar to those we have employed in these studies, they, too, were unable in the laboratory to establish the etiology of the respiratory infections they encountered (8). We can only conclude that the solution to this problem must await development of better technics, perhaps including the use of organ cultures similar to those in which Tyrrell and his associates have detected previously unsuspected Rhinoviruses (20, 21).

M. S. Manuscript in preparation. 13. Goldberg, L. J. (1952). Mortality in a herd of mice as a function of time: effect of an immune response. Sixth Technical Progress Report, Naval Biological Laboratory, University of California, Berkeley. 14. Andrewes, C. H. (1964). The complex epidemiology of respiratory virus infections, Science, 146, 1274-1277. 15. Taylor-Robinson, D. and Tyrrell, D. A. J. (1962). Serological studies on some viruses isolated from common colds (rhinoviruses), Brit. J. , 43, 264-275.

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