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Dynamic distribution and tissue tropism of classical swine fever virus in experimentally infected pigs

Jun Liu, Xue-Zheng Fan, Qin Wang*, Lu Xu, Qi-Zu Zhao*, Wei Huang, Yuan-Cheng Zhou, Bo Tang, Lei Chen, Xing-Qi Zou, Sha Sha and Yuan-Yuan Zhu

Virology Journal 2011, 8:201  doi:10.1186/1743-422X-8-201

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Dynamic Distribution and Tissue Tropism of Classical Swine Fever Virus in Experimentally Infected Pigs

Qin Wang   (2011-05-31 15:37)  China Institute of Veterinary Drug Control email

Dear Virology Journal Editorial Team,
I have checked the HTML versions of full text. We find that some words in manuscript is improper or inaccurate and may make some people misunderstand the result of our study. I, along with other authors, think that change of these words can make readers better understanding our paper. The changes are showed blow:

1. B.12.2 2nd sentence�� The probe was also labeled with a 5' reporter dye, FAM, and a 3' quencher, TAMRA.
revise to:
The probe was also labeled with a 6-carboxyfluorescein (FAM) reporter dye in the 5�� end, and a 5-carboxytetramethylrhodamine (TAMRA) quencher dye in the 3�� end.

2. B.13.1 1st sentence:The CSFV SM (F114, 1998.6.28), HCLV (F479, 1996.3.28), Thiverval strain, BVDV Oregon C24V, NADL strain, the Porcine parvovirus (PPV)09/79 strain and Foot and mouth virus (FMDV) C2101 strain, E. coli (79-3A), S. aureus (C56023) and S. choleraesuis (C78-4) were provided by the China Veterinary Culture Collcetion Center (CVCC). The HeNBY1/96, HeBHH1/95, HeNXH2/98, BJTX3/96, GDGZ1/95, BJCY1/96, HeBZJK1/99, JL1/94, JL5/99, GXBH1/98, SZGM1/98, BJSY1/01, FJFQ/98 and BJTX1/95 strains were isolated and maintained by the National Classical Swine Fever Reference Laboratory, China.
revise to:
The CSFV SM (F114, 1998.6.28), HCLV (F479, 1996.3.28) , Thiverval strain, USA-331,BVDV Oregon C24V, NADL strain, the Porcine parvovirus (PPV)09/79 strain and Foot and mouth virus (FMDV) C2101 strain, E.coli (79-3A), S.aureus (C56023) and S.choleraesuis (C78-4) were provided by the China Veterinary Culture Collcetion Center (CVCC). The HeNBY1/96, HeBHH1/95, HeNXH2/98, BJTX3/96, GDGZ1/95, BJCY1/96, HeBZJK1/99, JL1/94, JL5/99, GXBH1/98, SZGM1/98, BJSY1/01, FJFQ1/98 , BJ1/08, BJ2/08 and BJTX1/95 strains were isolated and maintained by the National Classical Swine Fever Reference Laboratory, China.
Kind regards,
Qin Wang

Competing interests

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