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Volume 15, Number 2—February 2009

Research

Kupe Virus, a New Virus in the Family Bunyaviridae, Genus Nairovirus, Kenya

Mary CrabtreeComments to Author , Rosemary Sang, and Barry R. Miller
Author affiliations: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Fort Collins, Colorado, USA (M.B. Crabtree, B.R. Miller); Kenya Medical Research Institute, Nairobi, Kenya (R. Sang)

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Growth of Dugbe (black lines) and Kupe (red lines) viruses in A) Vero (African green monkey kidney), B) LLC-MK2 (rhesus monkey kidney), C) BHK (baby hamster kidney), D) SW-13 (human adrenal cortex carcinoma), E) HeLa (human cervical adenocarcinoma), and F) HUH-7 (human hepatocarcinoma) cells in culture.

Figure 1. Growth of Dugbe (black lines) and Kupe (red lines) viruses in A) Vero (African green monkey kidney), B) LLC-MK2 (rhesus monkey kidney), C) BHK (baby hamster kidney), D) SW-13 (human adrenal cortex carcinoma), E) HeLa (human cervical adenocarcinoma), and F) HUH-7 (human hepatocarcinoma) cells in culture.

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