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Survival percentage of mice after H9N2 viral infection.

By Jianmin Bi (361326), Guangcun Deng (361328), Jun Dong (43792), Fuli Kong (361331), Xuezhu Li (361332), Qiang Xu (71522), Miaojie Zhang (361333), Lihong Zhao (221095) and Jian Qiao (26659)


<p>Groups of mice (nā€Š=ā€Š14) were inoculated i.n. with each of six H9N2 viruses at a dose of 10<sup>7</sup> EID<sub>50</sub> (<i>A</i>), 10<sup>6</sup> EID<sub>50</sub> (<i>B</i>), 10<sup>5</sup> EID<sub>50</sub> (<i>C</i>) or 10<sup>4</sup> EID<sub>50</sub> (<i>D</i>), respectively. Percent survival was observed daily for 14 days.</p

Topics: Evolutionary Biology, Virology, mice, h9n2, viral
Year: 2013
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0013063.g005
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