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Fig. 3 | Virology Journal

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From: Chinese woodchucks with different susceptibility to WHV infection differ in their genetic background exemplified by cytochrome B and MHC-DRB molecules

Fig. 3

WHcAb in WHV-infected Chinese woodchucks from the TR, TD, GD, and WL areas in Qinghai province of China. Four animals from each area were randomly selected, and were inoculated with WHV59 strains. WHcAb in serum was measured by ELISA at the end of follow up (12 weeks post WHV inoculation). The results for WHcAb are presented as the percentage of inhibition = [((OD of negative control – OD of sample) / OD of negative control) × 100]. The cut-off value is 50%, and presented by a dotted horizontal line

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