Differences in coughing and other responses to intrabronchial infection with Bordetella pertussis among strains of rats.

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Four strains of rats were each infected intrabronchially with approximately 10(8) CFU of Bordetella pertussis 18-323 encased in fine agarose beads. After 8 days, Sprague-Dawley rats developed the highest incidence of coughing paroxysms, as monitored with voice-activated tape recorders; Brown Norway, Lewis, and Hooded Lister rats coughed significantly less… (More)

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@article{Hall1997DifferencesIC, title={Differences in coughing and other responses to intrabronchial infection with Bordetella pertussis among strains of rats.}, author={E. Hall and R. G. Parton and A. C. Wardlaw}, journal={Infection and immunity}, year={1997}, volume={65 11}, pages={4711-7} }