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Experimental infection of Swiss new born and IFNAR<sup>(−/−)</sup> adult mice with wt and ΔNS4 viruses.

By Maxime Ratinier (336534), Marco Caporale (81645), Matthew Golder (81649), Giulia Franzoni (290921), Kathryn Allan (336536), Sandro Filipe Nunes (336537), Alessia Armezzani (336538), Amr Bayoumy (336539), Frazer Rixon (336540), Andrew Shaw (256648) and Massimo Palmarini (81656)


<p>Survival plots of either 3-days old mice inoculated intracerebrally or adult sv129 IFNAR<sup>(−/−)</sup> inoculated intraperitoneally with the following viruses: BTV-8 (dark red, square), BTV8-ΔNS4 (red, triangle), BTV-1 (blue, square) and BTV1-ΔNS4 (light blue, triangle) viruses. Mock-infected mice are shown in gray, circle. Mice were killed at two weeks post-inoculation, or earlier, if showing advanced clinical signs of systemic disease.</p

Topics: Virology, swiss, mice, wt
Year: 2013
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.ppat.1002477.g009
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