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Volume 15, Number 1—January 2009

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Experimental Infection of Dogs with Avian-Origin Canine Influenza A Virus (H3N2)

Daesub Song, Chulseung Lee1, Bokyu Kang1, Kwonil Jung, Taehoon OhComments to Author , Hyekwon Kim, Bongkyun Park, and Jinsik OhComments to Author 
Author affiliations: Green Cross Veterinary Products, Yong-in, South Korea (D. Song, C. Lee, B. Kang, T. Oh); Daewoong Pharmaceutical Company, Kyounggi-Do, South Korea (K. Jung); Seoul National University, Seoul, South Korea (H. Kim, B. Park); Animal Genetics, Inc., Suwon, South Korea (J. Oh); 1These authors contributed equally to this article.

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Figure 1

Histopathologic appearance of tissue of dogs experimentally exposed to canine influenza virus by contact with infected dogs. Severe necrotizing, suppurative tracheitis and bronchioalveolitis were observed in the contact-exposure group on day postinoculation (dpi) 13. However, influenza-associated lesions were not yet present in these dogs on dpi 7. Original magnification was ×200 for all images. Hematoxylin and eosin stain.

Figure 1. Histopathologic appearance of tissue of dogs experimentally exposed to canine influenza virus by contact with infected dogs. Severe necrotizing, suppurative tracheitis and bronchioalveolitis were observed in the contact-exposure group on day postinoculation (dpi) 13. However, influenza-associated lesions were not yet present in these dogs on dpi 7. Original magnification was ×200 for all images. Hematoxylin and eosin stain.

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1These authors contributed equally to this article.

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