Volume 16, Number 9—September 2010
Cotton Rats and House Sparrows as Hosts for North and South American Strains of Eastern Equine Encephalitis Virus
||Mean peak viremia titer, log10 PFU/mL (± SEM)
||Within-cohort comparison, p value
||FL93 vs. PE70
||FL93 vs. CO92
||PE70 vs. CO92
|Juvenile cotton rats||7.0 (0.3)||7.6 (0.2)||Not tested||0.089||NT||NT|
|Mature cotton rats||4.5 (0.3)||5.1 (0.3)||3.8 (0.8)||0.140||0.374||0.078|
|House sparrows||7.5 (0.4)||6.2 (0.5)||4.9 (0.4)||0.051||<0.001||0.060|
*Two-tailed p-values determined by Student t test; p values <0.001 are not specified. Boldface indicates significant difference. NT, not tested.
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