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Volume 11, Number 12—December 2005

Research

Porcine Noroviruses Related to Human Noroviruses

Qiu-Hong Wang*, Myung Guk Han*, Sonia Cheetham*, Menira Souza*, Julie A. Funk†, and Linda J. Saif*Comments to Author 
Author affiliations: *The Ohio State University, Wooster, Ohio, USA; †The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, USA

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Figure 4

Immune electron micrograph of porcine noroviruses (NoVs). The diluted intestinal contents of a gnotobiotic pig euthanized on postinoculation day 5 to QW101-like porcine NoVs (QW144) were incubated with convalescent-phase serum LL616 from another gnotobiotic pig inoculated with QW101-like porcine NoVs (QW126) and visualized by negative staining with 3% phosphotungstic acid. The arrow indicates a small clump of NoV-like particles.

Figure 4. Immune electron micrograph of porcine noroviruses (NoVs). The diluted intestinal contents of a gnotobiotic pig euthanized on postinoculation day 5 to QW101-like porcine NoVs (QW144) were incubated with convalescent-phase serum LL616 from another gnotobiotic pig inoculated with QW101-like porcine NoVs (QW126) and visualized by negative staining with 3% phosphotungstic acid. The arrow indicates a small clump of NoV-like particles.

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