Pathogenicity of diatraea saccharalis densovirus to host insets and characterization of its viral genome

@article{Kouassi2007PathogenicityOD,
  title={Pathogenicity of diatraea saccharalis densovirus to host insets and characterization of its viral genome},
  author={N. Kouassi and Jian-xin Peng and Y. Li and Cristina Cavallaro and J. Veyrunes and M. Bergoin},
  journal={Virologica Sinica},
  year={2007},
  volume={22},
  pages={53-60}
}
Pathogenicity of the Diatraea saccharalis densovirus (DsDNV) was tested on its host larvae. The results showed that up to 4 days after inoculation, no larvae mortality was observed and the infected larvae started to exhibit the infection symptoms from the fourth day. After 5 days of infection, the cumulative mortality of infected larvae increased significantly and reached 60% after 12 days and 100% after 21 days of infection, whereas that of the control group was only 10% and 20%, respectively… Expand

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