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Nature of exposure drives transmission of Nipah viruses from Malaysia and Bangladesh in ferrets

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Nature of exposure drives transmission of Nipah viruses from Malaysia and Bangladesh in ferrets


RT-PCR data of comparative viral loads/ tissue levels in ferrets exposed to either NiV-MY or NiV-BD - data in the form of spreadsheets of calculated NiV copies per sample per animal and outcomes of REML analysis.


Virology


https://doi.org/10.4225/08/56806AAEAD713


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Nipah virus transmission ferret bat-borne paramyxovirus paramyxovirus henipavirus viral zoonosis


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CSIRO (Australia), The University of Melbourne (Australia)


Clayton, Bronwyn; Middleton, Deborah; Arkinstall, Rachel; Frazer, Leah; Wang, Lin-Fa; Marsh, Glenn (2016): Nature of exposure drives transmission of Nipah viruses from Malaysia and Bangladesh in ferrets. v1. CSIRO. Data Collection. https://doi.org/10.4225/08/56806AAEAD713


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About this Project

1216.1 OCE postdoc Henipavirus pathogen


PhD project: Nipah viruses from Malaysia and Bangladesh: Comparisons of viral shedding and pathogenesis, and investigations of transmission in the ferret model for infection


Glenn Marsh


Comparative studies Nipah viruses from Malaysia and Bangladesh in the ferret model for human infection


Data from tissues and clinical samples for analysis by RT-PCR.


Experiment


Bronwyn Clayton


Deborah Middleton


Rachel Arkinstall


Leah Frazer


Lin-Fa Wang


Glenn Marsh