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Effect of H3N2 (X-31) influenza A virus infection on BALF cellularity in wild type (WT) and Nox2<sup>−/y</sup> mice.

By Ross Vlahos (87783), John Stambas (330518), Steven Bozinovski (330409), Brad R. S. Broughton (123428), Grant R. Drummond (123432) and Stavros Selemidis (300853)


<p>Mice were treated with 1×10<sup>4</sup> PFU of the low virulence H3N2 strain of influenza A virus and the number of (A) total cells, (B) macrophages and (C) neutrophils counted in the BALF 3 and 7 days post infection. Data are shown as mean ± SD for 6–8 mice per group. *<i>P</i>&lt;0.05 vs respective no virus group, #<i>P</i>&lt;0.05 vs D3 X-31-treated WT mice mice, ∧<i>P</i>&lt;0.05 vs D7 X-31-treated WT mice (ANOVA and Dunnett's <i>post hoc</i> test).</p

Topics: Medicine, Pharmacology, Infectious Diseases, h3n2, influenza, balf, cellularity
Year: 2013
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.ppat.1001271.g001
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