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Volume 8, Number 1—January 2002

Letter

Efficacy of Interferon α-2b and Ribavirin against West Nile Virus In Vitro

John F. Anderson* and James J. Rahal†
Author affiliations: *Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station, New Haven, Connecticut, USA; †New York Hospital Queens and Weill College of Medicine, Cornell University, New York, New York, USA

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Effect of varying concentrations of interferon α-2b (FN) on West Nile virus-infected Vero cells. The vertical axis represents a colorimetric assay of cellular lactic dehydrogenase, which is directly proportional to cell viability and proliferation. OD = optical density.

Figure. Effect of varying concentrations of interferon α-2b (FN) on West Nile virus-infected Vero cells. The vertical axis represents a colorimetric assay of cellular lactic dehydrogenase, which is directly proportional to cell viability and proliferation. OD = optical density.

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