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Volume 6, Number 4—August 2000


Isolation of Two Strains of West Nile Virus during an Outbreak in Southern Russia, 1999

D.K. Lvov*, A.M. Butenko*, V.L. Gromashevsky*, V.Ph. Larichev*, S.Ya. Gaidamovich*, O.I. Vyshemirsky*, A.N. Zhukov†, V.V. Lazorenko†, V.N. Salko‡, A.I. Kovtunov‡, Kh.M. Galimzyanov§, A.E. Platonov¶, T.N. Morozova*, N.V. Khutoretskaya*, E.O. Shishkina*, and T.M. Skvortsova*

Author affiliations: *D.I.Ivanovsky Institute of Virology, Moscow; †Center of State Sanitary-Epidemiological Inspection, Volgograd; ‡Center of State Sanitary-Epidemiological Inspection, Astrakhan; §Medical Academy, Astrakhan; ¶Central Institute of Epidemiology, Moscow

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Table 1

Neutralization index of strain LEIV 27889 Vlg in neutralization test with immune ascitic fluid

Strain Neutralization index
WNF 2266Ig (India) 6.5
WNF 22886G (India) 8.5
WNF Eg 101 8.5
Kokobera 6.0
Karshi 1.0
Apoi 3.0
Usutu 3.0
JE 3.5
Tyuleniy 2.0
St. Louis 0.5
TBE 0.5

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