Figure 1: Comparison of mortality rates, liver virus titers and serum inflammatory cytokines of wild-type BALB/c mice and nude mice after MHV-A59 infection. | Nature Medicine

Figure 1: Comparison of mortality rates, liver virus titers and serum inflammatory cytokines of wild-type BALB/c mice and nude mice after MHV-A59 infection.

From: Adaptive immune cells temper initial innate responses

Figure 1

(a) Mortality curves of wild-type BALB/c (, n = 12) and nude mice (▪, n = 12) after infection with 4 × 105 PFU MHV-A59. (b) Liver virus titers were determined at day 2 (P = 0.051) and day 4 (P = 0.925) after infection (n = 11). (c) TNF and IFN-γ concentrations in serum were determined at day 2 after infection (pool of 14–16 mice in each group from various experiments). Horizontal bars indicate the median values. Statistical comparisons were significant. **P < 0.01, by t-test.

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