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A Lethal Aerosol Exposure Model of Nipah Virus Strain Bangladesh in African Green Monkeys

The Journal of Infectious Diseases

Oct 30, 2019

Abhishek N PrasadThomas W Geisbert

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The high case-fatality rates and potential for use as a biological weapon make Nipah virus (NiV) a significant public health concern. Previous studies assessing the pathogenic potential of NiV delivered by the aerosol route in African green monkeys (AGMs) used the Malaysia strain (NiVM)...read more

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A Lethal Aerosol Exposure Model of Nipah Virus Strain Bangladesh in African Green Monkeys

The Journal of Infectious Diseases

Oct 30, 2019

Abhishek N PrasadThomas W Geisbert

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DOI: 10.1093/infdis/jiz469

Abstract

The high case-fatality rates and potential for use as a biological weapon make Nipah virus (NiV) a significant public health concern. Previous studies assessing the pathogenic potential of NiV delivered by the aerosol route in African green monkeys (AGMs) used the Malaysia strain (NiVM)...read more

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Monkeys
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Pathogenesis

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