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Experimental infection of blood-sucking arthropods by Isfahan virus

Experimental infection of blood-sucking arthropods by Isfahan virus

Turkmenistan SSR Ylymlar Akademijasynyn Habarlary, Biologik Ylymlaryn ( 1): 66-67

Ticks (Haemaphysalis asiaticum and mosquitoes (Aedes aegypti) were successfully infected with Isfahan virus (strain T-227 from mosquitoes), when offered to them in a mouse-brain suspension. The virus survived in the hosts for the entire observation period of 45 days: titre values decreased during the first week (due to the absence of virus multiplication), increased in the second week (when intensive multiplication occurred) and subsequently persisted at a stable, lower level.

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