A new hamster model for adenoviral vaccination

@article{Hjorth1988ANH,
  title={A new hamster model for adenoviral vaccination},
  author={Richard N. Hjorth and Geraldine M. Bonde and Walter Pierzchala and Steven K. Vernon and F. P. Wiener and Mark H. Levner and Michael D. Lubeck and Paul P. Hung},
  journal={Archives of Virology},
  year={1988},
  volume={100},
  pages={279-283}
}
Both adult and baby hamsters infected intranasally with human adenovirus type 5 exhibited virologic, serologic, and histologic evidence of infection. When 8-day old hamsters were infected with 4×106 pfu, concentrations of virus up to 2×106 pfu/animal were detected in the lung, peaking on day 2. The minimum infectious dose was 1×103 pfu/animal. This model may be useful in studies of conventional and recombinant adenoviral vaccines for humans. 

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