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An infectious agent, which appears to be a virus (RJV) has been isolated from the liver of a wild raccoon which has led to a highly fatal type of disease characterized by conjunctivitis and an elevated serum bilirubin frequently accompanied by jaundice on inoculation of raccoons. Ferrets also appear to be susceptible to infections with this agent.
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Isolation of an agent causing bilirubinemia and jaundice in raccoons
Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine