1 cornell vet 1952 jul423334 7 pathogenicity of mouse adapted newcastle disease virus for the chicken hamster and mouse reagan rl day wc harmon mp brueckner al. Pathogenicities of mouse adapted influenza b viruses in mice all groups of mice were observed for 14 days for a morbidity and b mortalityc virus growth in mouse lungs five groups were . The pathogenicity for mice of nine strains of mouse hepatitis virus was studied in mice free from the virus by the intracerebral intraperitoneal intravenous and intranasal routes of inoculation this is a preview of subscription content log in to check access. Newcastle disease nd is a constant threat to the poultry industry worldwide and has caused severe economic losses the causative pathogen is newcastle disease virus ndv which is a member of the genus avulavirus in the family paramyxoviridae ndv strains are classified into three major pathotypes lentogenic mesogenic and velogenic . In this study a human isolate of the 2009 h1n1 pandemic virus was adapted to the mouse map2009 the pathogenicity of the map2009 virus and the host immune responses were evaluated in the mouse model and compared to the laboratory h1n1 strain a puerto rico 8 1934 pr8
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