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Data set: Boon1   (2011)

  Susceptibility to influenza A (H5N1) viral infection in females of 23 strains of mice
 

Study design: control vs. an intervention   3 cohorts.
23 strains tested     female only     Test age: 6-9wks
Sample sizes are 11.4 on average. ... Caution, some N ≤ 2 are present  [details]

  Investigators: Boon AC, Webby RJ     [More info... papers, citing, funding]

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body weight         body weight  
Boon1
body weight, pre-infection [g]        
dosage group: • low  • medium  • high      comparison  
18 strains   age 6-9wks
  Inbred
Boon1
change in body weight, post-infection [%]   influenza A (H5N1) virus      
dosage group: • low  • medium  • high      comparison  
18 strains   age 6-9wks
  Inbred
 
immune system — response to viral infection         health assessment  
Boon1
survival [d]   influenza A (H5N1) virus      
dosage group: • low  • medium  • high      comparison  
18 strains   age 6-9wks
  Inbred
Boon1
susceptibility to viral infection [designation]   influenza A (H5N1) virus      
dosage group: • low  • medium  • high      comparison  
18 strains   age 6-9wks
  Inbred




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Boon AC, Finkelstein D, Zheng M, Liao G, Allard J, Klumpp K, Webster R, Peltz G, Webby RJ. H5N1 influenza virus pathogenesis in genetically diverse mice is mediated at the level of viral load. MBio. 2011 Sep 6;2(5). pii: e00171-1doi: 10.1128/mBio.00171-1Print 2011.     PubMed 21896679     MGI     FullText




 




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