Skip to main content

Advertisement

Table 1 Group of Experiments

From: Effect of feeding Chinese herb medicine ageratum-liquid on intestinal bacterial translocations induced by H9N2 AIV in mice

Group Treatment1
1 (Control) PBS nose drops, 300 μL/per mouse
2 (Infection) H9N2 AIV nose drops, 300 μL/per mouse
3 (Neongreen) PBS nose drops, 300 μL/per mouse; intragastrical administration oflabeled bacteriaat 3 dpi, 300 μL/per mouse
4 (Infected-Neongreen) H9N2 AIV nose drops, 300 μL/per mouse; intragastrical administration oflabeled bacteriaat 3 dpi, 300 μL/per mouse
5 (Ageratum-liquid) PBS nose drops, 300 μL/per mouse; filled with ALat 2, 3, 4 dpi, 1 mL/100 g, perday
6 (Infection-Ageratum-liquid) H9N2 AIV nose drops, 300 μL/per mouse; filled with ALat 2, 3, 4 dpi, 1 mL/100 g, perday
7 (Ageratum-liquid-Neongreen) PBS nose drops, 300 μL/per mouse; filled with ALat 2, 3, 4 dpi, 1 mL/100 g, perday; intragastrical administration oflabeled bacteria at 3 dpi, 300 μL/per mouse
8 (Infection-Ageratum-liquid-Neongreen) H9N2 AIV nose drops, 300 μL/per mouse; filled with ALat 2, 3, 4 dpi, 1 mL/100 g, perday; intragastrical administration oflabeled bacteria at 3 dpi, 300 μL/per mouse
  1. Note:
  2. 1The titer of the virus was 106.1EID50/0.1 mL.Mice were anesthetized with a mixture of ketamine and xylazine (100 mg/10 mg/kg), suspended by an incisor wire on an angled stand, and then allowed to perform correlative treatment