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Volume 16, Number 7—July 2010

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Detection of Lassa Virus, Mali

David Safronetz, Job E. Lopez, Nafomon Sogoba, Sékou F. Traore’, Sandra J. Raffel, Elizabeth R. Fischer, Hideki Ebihara, Luis Branco, Robert F. Garry, Tom G. Schwan, and Heinz FeldmannComments to Author 
Author affiliations: National Institutes of Health, Hamilton, Montana, USA (D. Safronetz, J.E. Lopez, S.J. Raffel, E.R. Fischer, H. Ebihara, T.G. Schwan, H. Feldmann); University of Bamako, Bamako, Mali (N. Sogoba, S.F. Traore’); Tulane School of Medicine, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA (L. Branco, R.F. Garry); Autoimmune Technologies LLC, New Orleans (L. Branco)

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A) Confirmation of isolation of Lassa virus (LASV) Soromba-R by using immunoblot analysis of cell pellets and supernatant from LASV Soromba-R-infected Vero E6 cells (lanes 1 and 3) or uninfected controls (lanes 2 and 4) with a LASV nucleoprotein-specific monoclonal antibody. B) Electron micrograph of LASV particles

Appendix Figure. A) Confirmation of isolation of Lassa virus (LASV) Soromba-R by using immunoblot analysis of cell pellets and supernatant from LASV Soromba-R-infected Vero E6 cells (lanes 1 and 3) or uninfected controls (lanes 2 and 4) with a LASV nucleoprotein-specific monoclonal antibody. B) Electron micrograph of LASV particles

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