Experimental Infection of Horses with West Nile virus
Michel L. Bunning*†‡ , Richard A. Bowen§, C. Bruce Cropp†, Kevin G. Sullivan†, Brent S. Davis†, Nicholas Komar†, Marvin S. Godsey†, Dale Baker§, Danielle L. Hettler†, Derek A. Holmes†, Brad J. Biggerstaff†, and Carl J. Mitchell†
Author affiliations: *Centers For Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia; †Centers For Disease Control and Prevention, Fort Collins, Colorado, USA; ‡United States Air Force; §Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado, USA
Figure 2. West Nile virus (WNV) Absorbance attributed to specific WNV antigen immuglobulin (Ig) M interaction in the West Nile Equine IgM Capture enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) on individual horses. The open circle (o) is the a.m. reading, the plus (+) is the p.m. reading, and the filled-in circle is the last reading (all a.m., hence the circle) before the horse was euthanized. Each number corresponds to the horse number.
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