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■ Abbreviation / Long Form : MA / mouse-adapted

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Long Form:   mouse-adapted
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2015 VSVDeltaG/EBOV GP-induced innate protection enhances natural killer cell activity to increase survival in a lethal mouse adapted Ebola virus infection. EBOV, NHP, NK
2014 A combination of HA and PA mutations enhances virulence in a mouse-adapted H6N6 influenza A virus. ---
2012 Development of a murine model for aerosolized ebolavirus infection using a panel of recombinant inbred mice. ARI, dpe, EBOV, IFN, KO, RI, SCID, WT
2011 Genomic and protein structural maps of adaptive evolution of human influenza A virus to increased virulence in the mouse. HA, IAV, NS1
2009 Single mutation at the amino acid position 627 of PB2 that leads to increased virulence of an H5N1 avian influenza virus during adaptation in mice can be compensated by multiple mutations at other sites of PB2. ---
2000 Amino acid changes in the hemagglutinin and matrix proteins of influenza a (H2) viruses adapted to mice. HA
2000 Characterization of adaptation of an avian influenza A (H5N2) virus to a mammalian host. HAI, mAbs
2000 Prevention and treatment of bronchopneumonia in mice caused by mouse-adapted variant of avian H5N2 influenza A virus using monoclonal antibody against conserved epitope in the HA stem region. HA, mAb
1997 Cross-protection of mice immunized with different influenza A (H2) strains and challenged with viruses of the same HA subtype. ---
10  1996 Differences between original strains and their mouse-adapted variants of human (H1) and avian (H2) influenza A viruses in the reaction with cross-neutralizing monoclonal antibody recognizing conformational epitope. HA, MoAb, RIPA
11  1995 Changes of morphological, biological and antigenic properties of avian influenza A virus haemagglutinin H2 in the course of adaptation to new host. HA