Dosing Experiments

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This is a master list of dosing experiments. Many of these have been used to fit dose response models, but others have not. You can sort by column to find what you need. You can also hit control-f to find what you need. The Expt Id link will take you directly to the data set if available. The 'dose response fit' column has 4 values: fitted (it's been used to fit a dose response model), pooled (it's contributed to a dose response model), not fittable (definition needed), or not yet in wiki (the data exists, but has not yet been added to the wiki). Clicking on fitted or pooled will take you to the Dose Response model page for the agent. The Pathogen link will take you the Agent Overview page, if one exists.

Bacteria category test page

Expt ID Agent Pathogen Pathogen Type Host Host Type Host Characteristics Route Response Dose Units Reference Dose ResponseFit
1 Bacterium Yersinia pestis CO92 mouse C57BL/6 intranasal death CFU [1] fitted
2 Bacterium Yersinia pestis KIM D27 mouse C57BL/6 intranasal death CFU [2] fitted
3 Bacterium Yersinia pestis CO92 mouse BALB/c intraperitoneal death CFU [3] fitted
4 Bacterium Yersinia pestis 195/P langur Presbytis entellus subcutaneous death CFU [4] not yet in wiki
5 Bacterium Yersinia pestis 195/P langur Presbytis cristata subcutaneous death CFU [5] not fittable
6 Bacterium Yersinia pestis 195/P grivet subcutaneous death CFU [6] not yet in wiki
7 Bacterium Yersinia pestis monkey rhesus inhalation death Average no. organisms inhaled [7] not yet in wiki
8 Bacterium Yersinia pestis Alexander mouse albino intracutaneous death CFU [8] not yet in wiki
9 Bacterium Variola major mouse aged 0-24 hours intraperitoneal death pock forming unit [9] fitted
10 Bacterium Variola major mouse aged 24-48 hours intraperitoneal death pock forming unit [10] fitted
11 Bacterium Variola major mouse aged 48-120 hours intraperitoneal death pock forming unit [11] fitted
12 Bacterium Variola major mouse aged 120-168 hours intraperitoneal death pock forming unit [12] fitted
13 Virus Lassa virus guinea pig inbred, USAMRIID strain 13 450-600g subcutaneous PFU [13] fitted
14 Virus Lassa virus guinea pig outbred, Hartley strain 450-500g subcutaneous PFU [14] not yet in wiki
15 Virus Lassa virus guinea pig outbred, Hartley strain 180-300g inhalation death PFU [15] fitted
16 Virus Lassa virus guinea pig outbred, Hartley strain 180-300g inhalation morbidity PFU [16] not fittable
17 Bacterium Burkholderia pseudomallei KHW mouse BALB/c female, age 5-6w intranasal CFU [17] fitted
18 Bacterium Burkholderia pseudomallei KHW mouse C57BL/6 female, age 5-6w intranasal CFU [18] fitted
19 Bacterium Burkholderia mallei SR1 hamster Syrian intraperitoneal death CFU [19] not fittable
20 Bacterium Burkholderia mallei tssE-/tssE+ hamster Syrian intraperitoneal death CFU [20] not yet in wiki
21 Bacterium Burkholderia pseudomallei W294 guinea pig intraperitoneal death CFU [21] fitted
22 Bacterium Burkholderia mallei C7 guinea pig intraperitoneal death CFU [22] not fittable
23 Bacterium Burkholderia pseudomallei 316c rat outbred, Sprague-Dawley 30g, diabetic intraperitoneal death CFU [23] not yet in wiki
24 Bacterium Coxiella burnetii Nine mile phase I guinea pig outbred, Hartley strain female, age 6-8w inhalation fever no. organisms [24] not fittable
25 Bacterium Coxiella burnetii Nine mile phase I mouse SCID intraperitoneal death TCID50 doses [25] not yet in wiki
26 Bacterium Coxiella burnetii Nine mile phase I mouse C57BL/6J intraperitoneal death no. organisms [26] fitted
27 Bacterium Coxiella burnetii Nine mile phase I mouse A/J intraperitoneal death no. organisms [27] not fittable
28 Bacterium Coxiella burnetii phase I Ohio mouse C57BL/10ScN male intraperitoneal death no. organisms [28] fitted
29 Bacterium Coxiella burnetii phase I AD human male, young adult inhalation clinical signs guinea pig infectious dose [29] not yet in wiki
30 Virus adenovirus APC human inhalation infection [30] not fittable
31 Virus adenovirus type 4 inhalation [31] fitted
32 Virus astrovirus human oral [32] not fittable
33 Bacterium Vibrio cholerae classical [33] not fittable
34 Bacterium Vibrio cholerae El Tor [34] not fittable
35 Bacterium Vibrio cholerae Inaba 569B human adult male prisoners oral (no NaHCO3) diarrhea or culture positive CFU [35] fitted
36 Protozoan Cryptosporidium parvum morbidity [36] not fittable
37 Bacterium cyanobacteria mouse [37] not fittable
38 Bacterium Escherichia coli ETEC B7A human male prisoner oral (in milk) mild to severe diarrhea cells [38] pooled
39 Bacterium Escherichia coli EIEC 4608 human male prisoner oral (in milk) mild to severe diarrhea cells [39] fitted
40 Bacterium Escherichia coli EIEC 1624 human male prisoner oral (in milk) mild to severe diarrhea cells [40] fitted
41 Bacterium Escherichia coli EIEC 1624 human male prisoner oral (w. 2g NaHCO3) severe diarrhea cells [41] not fittable
42 Bacterium Escherichia coli ETEC O55 (in paper as “type 55, B5”) human male prisoner oral slight to severe illness organisms [42] fitted
43 Bacterium Escherichia coli ETEC O111 (in paper as “E. coli 111, B4”) human male prisoner oral slight to severe illness organisms [43] fitted
44 Virus echovirus 12 human infection [44] not yet in wiki
45 Protozoan Endamoeba coli From an infected human human male prisoner oral infection no. cysts [45] fitted
46 Protozoan Giardia sp. From an infected human human male prisoner oral infection no. cysts [46] fitted
47 Protozoan Giardia sp. From infected humans beaver trapped near Minneapolis oral infection no. cysts [47] fitted
48 Protozoan Giardia sp. From infected humans muskrat trapped near Minneapolis stomach tube infection no. cysts [48] fitted
49 Protozoan Giardia sp. unknown human visitors & residents of Aspen Highlands, CO oral diarrhea glasses of water [49] not fittable
50 Bacterium Giardia muris mouse C3H/H3N specific-pathogen-free, 6-8 week old male mice oral infection cysts [50] not yet in wiki
51 Virus hepatitis A From an infected human human child “mentally defective” 5-10 year olds oral jaundice equivalents to grams of stool [51] not yet in wiki
52 Virus hepatitis A From an infected human human child “mentally defective” 5-10 year olds oral jaundice equivalents to grams of stool [52] not yet in wiki
53 Virus parainfluenza virus type 2 human adult infection [53] not yet in wiki
54 Virus parainfluenza virus type 2 human adult morbidity [54] not yet in wiki
55 Virus parainfluenza virus type 3 hamster [55] not yet in wiki
56 Virus poliovirus type 1, attenuated [56] not yet in wiki
57 Virus poliovirus type 1, attenuated human infant infection [57] not fittable
58 Virus poliovirus type 2, attenuated [58] not yet in wiki
59 Virus poliovirus type 2 [59] not fittable
60 Virus poliovirus type 3, attenuated human [60] not fittable
61 Virus poliovirus type 2 [61] not yet in wiki
62 Virus enterovirus porcine, PE3-ECPO-6 pig [62] fitted
63 Virus enterovirus porcine, PE7-05i pig [63] fitted
64 Virus rhinovirus type 14 human [64] fitted
65 Virus rhinovirus type 39 human [65] fitted
66 Virus rotavirus OSU pig specific-pathogen-free, colostrum-deprived, caesarean-derived newborn piglets oral infection PFU [66] not fittable
67 Virus rotavirus MET strain, serotype 3, subgroup II mouse Swiss SW55 newborn oral infection TCID50 doses [67] not yet in wiki
68 Virus rotavirus OSU (ATCC VR892) pig 4-5 day old colostrum-deprived piglets intragastric infection particles [68] fitted
69 Virus rotavirus CJN strain (unpassaged) human healthy 18-45 year old men oral infection FFU [69] fitted
70 Virus rotavirus CJN strain (unpassaged) human healthy 18-45 year old men oral symptoms and infection FFU [70] fitted
71 Virus respiratory syncytial virus nasal [71] not yet in wiki
72 Virus respiratory syncytial virus ocular [72] not yet in wiki
73 Virus respiratory syncytial virus oral [73] not fittable
74 Virus respiratory syncytial virus [74] not fittable
75 Virus respiratory syncytial virus attenuated [75] not fittable
76 Virus rubella virus [76] not fittable
77 Bacterium Salmonella typhosa [77] not fittable
78 Bacterium Salmonella typhosa Quailes human prisoners oral (in milk) disease CFU [78] fitted
79 Bacterium Salmonella typhosa Quailes human prisoners oral (in milk) disease CFU [79] fitted
80 Bacterium Shigella dysenteriae M 131 human young adult male prisoners oral (in milk) illness organisms [80] fitted
81 Bacterium Shigella flexneri 2a (strain 2457T) human healthy male prisoners oral (in milk) illness CFU [81] fitted
82 Bacterium Shigella flexneri 2a (strain 2457T) human healthy male prisoners oral (in milk) positive stool isolation CFU [82] fitted
83 Bacterium Bacillus anthracis Vollum guinea pig inhalation death spores [83] fitted
84 Bacterium Bacillus anthracis ATCC 6605 guinea pig inhalation death spores [84] fitted
85 Bacterium Bacillus anthracis Vollum monkey rhesus inhalation death spores [85] fitted
86 Bacterium Bacillus anthracis Vollum guinea pig inhalation death spores [86] fitted
87 Bacterium Escherichia coli ETEC O55 (in paper as “type 55, B5”) human male prisoner oral moderate to severe illness organisms [87] not fittable
88 Bacterium Escherichia coli ETEC O111 (in paper as “E. coli 111, B4”) human male prisoner oral moderate to severe illness organisms [88] not fittable
89 Protozoan Aeromonas hydrophila 6Y human healthy adult volunteer oral shedding in feces CFU [89] not fittable
90 Protozoan Aeromonas hydrophila 6Y human healthy adult volunteer oral diarrhea CFU [90] not fittable
91 Protozoan Aeromonas hydrophila 3647 human healthy adult volunteer oral shedding in feces CFU [91] not fittable
92 Protozoan Aeromonas hydrophila 3647 human healthy adult volunteer oral diarrhea CFU [92] not fittable
93 Protozoan Aeromonas hydrophila B158, SSU, & 3284 human healthy adult volunteer oral shedding in feces CFU [93] not fittable
94 Protozoan Aeromonas hydrophila B158, SSU, & 3284 human healthy adult volunteer oral diarrhea CFU [94] not fittable
95 Bacterium Escherichia coli ETEC B7A human male prisoner oral (in milk) positive stool isolation cells [95] pooled
96 Bacterium Escherichia coli EIEC 4608 human male prisoner oral (in milk) positive stool isolation cells [96] not fittable
97 Bacterium Escherichia coli EIEC 1624 human male prisoner oral (in milk) positive stool isolation cells [97] fitted
98 Bacterium Escherichia coli ETEC B2C human male prisoner oral (in milk) mild to severe diarrhea cells [98] pooled
99 Bacterium Escherichia coli ETEC B2C human male prisoner oral (in milk) positive stool isolation cells [99] pooled
100 Bacterium Escherichia coli HS (nonenteropathogenic) human male prisoner oral (in milk) mild to severe diarrhea cells [100] not fittable
101 Bacterium Escherichia coli HS (nonenteropathogenic) human male prisoner oral (in milk) positive stool isolation cells [101] not fittable
102 Bacterium Pseudomonas aeruginosa human 29-35 year old lab workers oral positive stool isolation CFU [102] not fittable
103 Bacterium Salmonella enterica serovar meleagridis, strain III human male prisoner oral positive stool isolation organisms [103] not yet in wiki
104 Bacterium Salmonella enterica serovar meleagridis, strain III human male prisoner oral infection organisms [104] not yet in wiki
105 Bacterium Campylobacter jejuni strain A3249 human young adult oral (in milk) infection CFU [105] fitted
106 Bacterium Campylobacter jejuni strain A3249 human young adult oral (in milk) fever, vomiting, or diarrhea CFU [106] not fittable
107 Bacterium Cryptosporidium parvum Iowa strain human healthy university students & staff oral infection oocysts [107] fitted
108 Bacterium Cryptosporidium parvum Iowa strain human healthy university students & staff oral infection and enteric symptoms oocysts [108] not fittable
109 Virus poliovirus 1 (Sabin) infection [109] not yet in wiki
110 Virus poliovirus 3 (Fox) infection [110] not fittable
111 Virus echovirus 12 human [111] not fittable
112 Virus coxsackievirus B4 mouse newborn aerosol death intraperitoneal LD50 / 0.03 mL [112] not fittable
113 Virus coxsackievirus A21 (49882 HEK1) human healthy adult males aerosol infection TCID50 doses [113] not yet in wiki
114 Virus coxsackievirus A21 (49882 HEK1) human healthy adult males aerosol illness TCID50 doses [114] not fittable
115 Virus coxsackievirus A21 (48654 HEF2) human healthy adult males aerosol infection TCID50 doses [115] not yet in wiki
116 Virus coxsackievirus A21 (48654 HEF2) human healthy adult males aerosol illness TCID50 doses [116] not fittable
117 Virus coxsackievirus A21 human healthy adult male prisoners 0.3-2.5 micron aerosol illness TCID50 doses [117] not yet in wiki
118 Virus coxsackievirus A21 human no antibody healthy adult male prisoners combined aerosol and nasal illness TCID50 doses [118] not fittable
119 Virus coxsackievirus A21 human intermediate antibody healthy adult male prisoners combined aerosol and nasal illness TCID50 doses [119] not fittable
120 Virus coxsackievirus A21 human high antibody healthy adult male prisoners combined aerosol and nasal illness TCID50 doses [120] not fittable
121 Virus coxsackievirus A21 human no antibody healthy adult male prisoners combined aerosol and nasal infection TCID50 doses [121] not fittable
122 Virus coxsackievirus A21 human intermediate antibody healthy adult male prisoners combined aerosol and nasal infection TCID50 doses [122] not fittable
123 Virus coxsackievirus A21 human high antibody healthy adult male prisoners combined aerosol and nasal infection TCID50 doses [123] not fittable
124 Virus rotavirus CJN strain (unpassaged) human healthy 18-45 year old men oral detectable shedding FFU [124] fitted
125 Bacterium Vibrio cholerae Inaba 569B human adult male prisoners oral (w. NaHCO3) any diarrhea CFU [125] fitted
126 Bacterium Vibrio cholerae Inaba 569B human adult male prisoners oral (w. NaHCO3) ordinary diarrhea CFU [126] not fittable
127 Bacterium Vibrio cholerae Inaba 569B human adult male prisoners oral (w. NaHCO3) cholera diarrhea CFU [127] fitted
128 Bacterium Salmonella enterica serovar meleagridis, strain II human male prisoner oral positive stool isolation organisms [128] not yet in wiki
129 Bacterium Salmonella enterica serovar meleagridis, strain I human male prisoner oral positive stool isolation organisms [129] not yet in wiki
130 Bacterium Salmonella enterica serovar meleagridis, strain I human male prisoner oral infection organisms [130] not yet in wiki
131 Bacterium Salmonella enterica serovar anatum, strain I human male prisoner oral positive stool isolation organisms [131] not yet in wiki
132 Bacterium Salmonella enterica serovar anatum, strain I human male prisoner oral infection organisms [132] not fittable
133 Bacterium Salmonella enterica serovar anatum, strain I human male prisoner oral positive stool isolation organisms [133] not fittable
134 Bacterium Salmonella enterica serovar anatum, strain I human male prisoner oral positive stool isolation organisms [134] not yet in wiki
135 Bacterium Salmonella enterica serovar anatum, strain I human male prisoner oral infection organisms [135] not fittable
136 Bacterium Campylobacter jejuni strain 81-176 human young adult oral (in milk) infection CFU [136] not yet in wiki
137 Bacterium Campylobacter jejuni strain 81-176 human young adult oral (in milk) diarrhea or fever CFU [137] not fittable
138 Protozoan Cryptosporidium parvum Iowa isolate human healthy adults oral infection oocysts [138] fitted
139 Protozoan Cryptosporidium parvum TAMU isolate human healthy adults oral infection oocysts [139] fitted
140 Protozoan Cryptosporidium parvum UCP isolate human healthy adults oral infection oocysts [140] fitted
141 Bacterium Escherichia coli ETEC B7A human healthy adults oral (w. NaHCO3) diarrhea CFU [141] pooled
142 Bacterium Escherichia coli ETEC H10407 (ST< O78:H11) human healthy adults oral (w. NaHCO3) diarrhea CFU [142] pooled
143 Bacterium Escherichia coli ETEC H10407 (ST< O78:H11) human healthy adults oral (w. 2g NaHCO3) diarrhea CFU [143] pooled
144 Bacterium Escherichia coli ETEC B7A (O148:H28) human healthy adults oral (w. 3g NaHCO3) diarrhea organisms [144] pooled
145 Bacterium Escherichia coli ETEC B7A (O148:H28) human healthy adults oral (w. 3g NaHCO3) positive stool culture organisms [145] not fittable
146 Bacterium Escherichia coli ETEC B7A (O148:H28) human healthy adults oral (w. 3g NaHCO3) diarrhea organisms [146] pooled
147 Bacterium Escherichia coli ETEC B7A (O148:H28) human healthy adults oral (w. 3g NaHCO3) positive stool culture organisms [147] not fittable
148 Bacterium Escherichia coli ETEC B7A (O148:H28) human healthy adults oral (w. 3g NaHCO3) diarrhea organisms [148] not fittable
149 Bacterium Escherichia coli ETEC B7A (O148:H28) human healthy adults oral (w. 3g NaHCO3) positive stool culture organisms [149] not fittable
150 Bacterium Escherichia coli ETEC E2528-C1 (O25:NM) human healthy adults oral (w. 3g NaHCO3) diarrhea organisms [150] pooled
151 Bacterium Escherichia coli ETEC E2528-C1 (O25:NM) human healthy adults oral (w. 3g NaHCO3) positive stool culture organisms [151] not fittable
152 Bacterium Escherichia coli EPEC E2348/69 (O127:H6) human healthy adults oral (w. 2g NaHCO3) diarrhea CFU [152] pooled
153 Bacterium Escherichia coli EPEC E2348/69 (O127:H6) human healthy adults oral (w. 2g NaHCO3) shedding in feces CFU [153] pooled
154 Bacterium Escherichia coli EPEC 2362-75 (O55:H6) human healthy adults oral (w. 2g NaHCO3) diarrhea CFU [154] not fittable
155 Bacterium Escherichia coli EPEC 2362-75 (O55:H6) human healthy adults oral (w. 2g NaHCO3) positive stool culture CFU [155] pooled
156 Bacterium Escherichia coli EPEC E2348/69 (O127:H6) human healthy adults oral (w. 2g NaHCO3) diarrhea CFU [156] pooled
157 Bacterium Escherichia coli EPEC E2348/69 (O127:H6) human healthy adults oral (w. 2g NaHCO3) positive stool culture CFU [157] pooled
158 Bacterium Escherichia coli EPEC E2348/69 (O127:H6) human healthy adults oral (w. 2g NaHCO3) diarrhea CFU [158] pooled
159 Bacterium Escherichia coli EPEC E2348/69 (O127:H6) human healthy adults oral (w. 2g NaHCO3) positive stool culture CFU [159] pooled
160 Bacterium Escherichia coli ETEC 214-4 (ST) human healthy adults oral (w. 2g NaHCO3) diarrhea organisms [160] pooled
161 Bacterium Escherichia coli ETEC TD225-C4 (LT) human healthy adults oral (w. 2g NaHCO3) diarrhea organisms [161] pooled
162 Bacterium Escherichia coli ETEC H10407 (ST< O78:H11) human healthy adults oral (w. 2g NaHCO3) diarrhea organisms [162] pooled
163 Bacterium Escherichia coli ETEC B7A (ST< O148:H28) human healthy adults oral (w. 2g NaHCO3) diarrhea organisms [163] pooled
164 Bacterium Escherichia coli ETEC 214-4 (ST) human healthy adults oral (in milk) diarrhea or vomiting organisms [164] fitted
165 Bacterium Escherichia coli ETEC 214-4 (ST) human healthy adults oral (in milk) positive stool culture organisms [165] fitted
166 Bacterium Vibrio cholerae Inaba 569B (classical) human adult male prisoners oral (no NaHCO3) diarrhea and culture positive CFU [166] fitted
167 Bacterium Escherichia coli ETEC H10407 (ST< O78:H11) human healthy adults oral (w. 2g NaHCO3) diarrhea organisms [167] pooled
168 Bacterium Escherichia coli ETEC B7A (ST< O148:H28) human healthy adults oral (w. 2g NaHCO3) diarrhea organisms [168] pooled
169 Bacterium Escherichia coli ETEC H10407 (ST< O78:H11) human healthy adults oral (w. 2g NaHCO3) diarrhea organisms [169] pooled
170 Bacterium Escherichia coli ETEC H10407 (ST< O78:H11) human healthy adults oral (w. 2g NaHCO3) diarrhea organisms [170] not fittable
171 Bacterium Escherichia coli ETEC 214-4 (ST) human healthy adults oral (w. 2g NaHCO3) diarrhea organisms [171] pooled
172 Virus norovirus 8fIIa (aggregated virions) human positive secretor status (Se+) oral infection (shedding & seroconversion) genomes [172] not yet in wiki
173 Virus norovirus 8fIIb (dispersed virions) human positive secretor status (Se+) oral infection (shedding & seroconversion) genomes [173] not yet in wiki
174 Virus norovirus 8fIIa (aggregated virions) human positive secretor status (Se+) oral diarrhea/vomiting genomes [174] not yet in wiki
175 Virus norovirus 8fIIb (dispersed virions) human positive secretor status (Se+) oral diarrhea/vomiting genomes [175] not fittable
176 Bacterium Escherichia coli EHEC UC741 (O157:H7) rabbit 3 day old intragastric (w. NaHCO3) diarrhea CFU [176] fitted
177 Bacterium Escherichia coli EHEC UC741 (O157:H7) rabbit 3 day old intragastric (w. NaHCO3) severe diarrhea CFU [177] not yet in wiki
178 Bacterium Escherichia coli EHEC UC741 (O157:H7) rabbit 3 day old intragastric (w. NaHCO3) death CFU [178] not yet in wiki
179 Protozoan Cryptosporidium hominis TU502 human healthy adults oral infection oocysts [179] not fittable
180 Protozoan Cryptosporidium hominis TU502 human healthy adults oral diarrhea oocysts [180] fitted
181 Protozoan Cryptosporidium parvum Moredun isolate human healthy adults oral diarrhea oocysts [181] not fittable
182 Protozoan Cryptosporidium parvum Moredun isolate human healthy adults oral infection oocysts [182] fitted
183 Bacterium Campylobacter jejuni type strain for serotype PEN 1 mouse HA-ICR adult female intragastric infection CFU [183] fitted
184 Bacterium Campylobacter jejuni type strain for serotype PEN 2 mouse HA-ICR adult female intragastric infection CFU [184] fitted
185 Bacterium Campylobacter jejuni type strain for serotype PEN 3 mouse HA-ICR adult female intragastric infection CFU [185] fitted
186 Bacterium Campylobacter jejuni strain CG8421 human healthy adults oral (w. bicarbonate) campylobacteriosis CFU [186] not fittable
187 Bacterium Campylobacter jejuni strain 81-176 human healthy adults oral (w. 2g NaHCO3) campylobacteriosis CFU [187] fitted
188 Bacterium Campylobacter jejuni strain A3249 human young adult oral (in milk) infection CFU [188] not yet in wiki
189 Bacterium Campylobacter jejuni strain A3249 human young adult oral (in milk) diarrhea or fever CFU [189] not fittable
190 Bacterium Campylobacter jejuni strain 480 chicken Wickham shedding in feces CFU [190] not yet in wiki
191 Bacterium Campylobacter jejuni strain 466 chicken Lohmann shedding in feces CFU [191] not fittable
192 Bacterium Campylobacter jejuni strain P5444 chicken Lohmann shedding in feces CFU [192] not fittable
193 Bacterium Campylobacter jejuni strain P5623 chicken Lohmann shedding in feces CFU [193] not fittable
194 Bacterium Campylobacter jejuni strain 119a chicken Lohmann shedding in feces CFU [194] not fittable
195 Bacterium Campylobacter jejuni strain 121a chicken Lohmann shedding in feces CFU [195] not fittable
196 Bacterium Campylobacter jejuni strain 123a chicken Lohmann shedding in feces CFU [196] not fittable
197 Bacterium Campylobacter coli UA585 chicken Wickham shedding in feces CFU [197] not fittable
198 Bacterium Campylobacter jejuni strain 93/146 chicken Wickham shedding in feces CFU [198] not fittable
199 Bacterium Campylobacter jejuni strain 94/146 chicken Wickham shedding in feces CFU [199] not fittable
200 Bacterium Campylobacter jejuni strain 93175 chicken Wickham shedding in feces CFU [200] not fittable
201 Bacterium Campylobacter jejuni strain 0087 chicken Lohmann shedding in feces CFU [201] not yet in wiki
202 Bacterium Campylobacter jejuni strain 81116P chicken Wickham shedding in feces CFU [202] not yet in wiki
203 Bacterium Campylobacter jejuni strain R3P chicken Wickham shedding in feces CFU [203] not fittable
204 Bacterium Campylobacter jejuni strain 81-176 chicken Wickham shedding in feces CFU [204] not fittable
205 Bacterium Campylobacter jejuni strain 81-176 chicken Lohmann shedding in feces CFU [205] not fittable
206 Bacterium Campylobacter jejuni strain 11168 chicken Wickham shedding in feces CFU [206] not fittable
207 Bacterium Campylobacter jejuni strain 11168 chicken Lohmann shedding in feces CFU [207] not yet in wiki
208 Bacterium Campylobacter jejuni strain R3 chicken Wickham shedding in feces CFU [208] not fittable
209 Bacterium Campylobacter jejuni strain 81116 chicken Wickham shedding in feces CFU [209] not yet in wiki
210 Bacterium Campylobacter jejuni strain 81116 chicken Lohmann shedding in feces CFU [210] not yet in wiki
211 Bacterium Campylobacter jejuni strain 81117 chicken Lohmann shedding in feces CFU [211] fitted
212 Bacterium Escherichia coli EHEC O157:H7, strain 86-24 pig 3 month old oral (in food) shedding in feces CFU [212] fitted
213 Bacterium Escherichia coli EPEC B171-8 (serotype O11:NM) human healthy adults oral (w. NaHCO3) diarrhea CFU [213] pooled
214 Bacterium Shigella dysenteriae A-1 human young adult male prisoners oral (in milk) illness organisms [214] pooled
215 Bacterium Escherichia coli EPEC E2348/69 (O127:H6) human healthy adults oral (w. 2g NaHCO3) diarrhea CFU [215] pooled
216 Bacterium Escherichia coli EPEC E851/71 (O142:H6) human healthy adults oral (w. 2g NaHCO3) diarrhea CFU [216] pooled
217 Bacterium Escherichia coli EPEC E74/68 (O128:H2) human healthy adults oral (w. 2g NaHCO3) diarrhea CFU [217] not fittable
218 Bacterium Escherichia coli EPEC E2348/69 (O127:H6) human healthy adults oral (w. 2g NaHCO3) positive stool culture CFU [218] pooled
219 Bacterium Escherichia coli EPEC E851/71 (O142:H6) human healthy adults oral (w. 2g NaHCO3) positive stool culture CFU [219] pooled
220 Bacterium Escherichia coli EPEC E74/68 (O128:H2) human healthy adults oral (w. 2g NaHCO3) positive stool culture CFU [220] pooled
221 Bacterium Escherichia coli ETEC H10407 (O78:H11) human healthy adults oral (w. 2g NaHCO3) diarrhea CFU [221] not fittable
222 Bacterium Shigella flexneri 2a (strain 2457T) human healthy male prisoners oral (in milk) illness CFU [222] fitted
223 Bacterium Shigella sonnei 53G human healthy male prisoners oral (in milk) illness CFU [223] pooled
224 Bacterium Shigella sonnei 53G human healthy male prisoners oral (in milk) illness CFU [224] pooled
225 Bacterium Campylobacter jejuni strain A3249 human young adult oral (w. 2g NaHCO3) infection CFU [225] not fittable
226 Bacterium Escherichia coli O157 human oral illness organisms (estimated) [226] not fittable
227 Virus rotavirus rhesus rotavirus vaccine serotype 3 human infants aged 2-5 months oral (w. buffer) seroconversion PFU [227] not yet in wiki
228 Virus rotavirus rhesus rotavirus vaccine serotype 3 human infants aged 2-5 months oral (w/o buffer) seroconversion PFU [228] not yet in wiki
229 Virus rotavirus rhesus rotavirus vaccine serotype 3 human infants aged 2-5 months oral (exclusively breastfed) seroconversion PFU [229] not fittable
230 Virus rotavirus rhesus rotavirus vaccine serotype 3 human infants aged 2-5 months oral (not exclusively breastfed) seroconversion PFU [230] not yet in wiki
231 Bacterium Salmonella anatum strain I human healthy men oral (w. eggnog) positive stool culture organisms [231] fitted
232 Bacterium Salmonella anatum strain II human healthy men oral (w. eggnog) positive stool culture organisms [232] fitted
233 Bacterium Salmonella anatum strain III human healthy men oral (w. eggnog) positive stool culture organisms [233] not yet in wiki
234 Bacterium Salmonella newport human human volunteers oral organisms [234] fitted
235 Bacterium Salmonella derby human human volunteers oral organisms [235] not fittable
236 Bacterium Salmonella bareily human human volunteers oral organisms [236] not fittable
237 Bacterium Salmonella meleagridis strain I human human volunteers oral (w. eggnog) organisms [237] fitted
238 Bacterium Salmonella meleagridis strain II human human volunteers oral (w. eggnog) organisms [238] not fittable
239 Bacterium Salmonella meleagridis strain III human human volunteers oral (w. eggnog) organisms [239] fitted
240 Bacterium Legionella Philadelphia 1 guinea pig inhalation Infection CFU [240] fitted
241 Bacterium Legionella strain 74/81 mice inhalation death CFU [241] fitted
242 Bacterium Legionella Philadelphia 1 guinea pig inhalation death CFU [242] fitted
243 Bacterium Rickettsia rickettsi rhesus macaques aerosol death organisms [243] fitted
244 Bacterium Rickettsia rickettsi KHW mice intravenous infection organisms [244] fitted
245 Bacterium Salmonella nontyphoid strain 216 and 219 mice intraperitoneal death organisms [245] fitted
246 Bacterium Salmonella nontyphoid strain 533 mice intraperitoneal death organisms [246] fitted
247 Bacterium Salmonella nontyphoid strain 533 mice intraperitoneal death organisms [247] fitted
248 Bacterium Vibrio cholerae Inaba 569 B human oral (w. NaHCO3) Infection CFU [248] fitted
249 Prion Prion scrapie strain 263k hamsters oral death LD50 i.c. [249] fitted
250 Prion Prion scrapie strain C506M3 mice intraperitoneal death LD50 i.c. [250] fitted
251 Prion Prion BSE agent mice unknown type of injection Infection ID50 unit [251] fitted
252 Protozoan Naegleria fowleri LEE strain mice intravenous death organism [252] fitted
253 Protozoan Naegleria fowleri LEE strain mice intravenous death organism [253] fitted
254 Virus adenovirus type 4 human intranasal infection TICD50 [254] fitted
255 Virus echovirus 12 human [255] fitted
256 Virus Influenza H1N1,A/California/10/78 attenuated strain human intranasal infection TCID50 [256] fitted
257 Virus Influenza H3N2,A/Washington/897/80 attenuated strain human intranasal infection TCID50 [257] fitted
258 Virus Influenza H5N1, DKGX/35 strain mice intranasal death EID50 [258] fitted
259 Virus SARS rSARS-CoV mice intranasal death PFU [259] fitted
260 Virus SARS MHV-1 mice intranasal death PFU [260] fitted
261 Bacterium Mycobacterium avium sub sp. Paratuberculosis Bovine deer 4 month old red deer oral infection CFU [261] fitted
262 Bacterium Mycobacterium avium sub sp. Paratuberculosis IOI strain cheviots South Country oral infection CFU [262] fitted
263 Protozoan Acanthamoeba Ac118 rat eyes (cornea) infection orgnanism [263] fitted
264 Protozoan Acanthamoeba Ac119 rat eyes (cornea) infection orgnanism [264] fitted
265 Protozoan Acanthamoeba mice intranasal death orgnanism [265] not yet in wiki
266 Protozoan Acanthamoeba guinea pig intracardial death orgnanism [266] not yet in wiki
267 Protozoan Acanthamoeba mice intracerebral death orgnanism [267] not yet in wiki
268 Protozoan Acanthamoeba guinea pig intracerebral death orgnanism [268] not fittable
269 Protozoan Acanthamoeba mice intranasal death orgnanism [269] fitted
270 Protozoan Acanthamoeba mice intranasal brain invasion orgnanism [270] fitted
271 Protozoan Acanthamoeba mice intranasal acute meningoencephalitis orgnanism [271] fitted
272 Protozoan Acanthamoeba mice intranasal Granulotomous Encephalitis orgnanism [272] not fittable
273 Bacterium Francisella tularensis SCHU S-4 monkeys inhalation death organism [273] fitted
274 Bacterium Francisella tularensis Aa strain mice oral death organism [274] fitted
275 Protozoan Naegleria fowleri Lee mice CD 1 intranasal (swimming) death organisms [275] not yet in wiki
276 Protozoan Naegleria fowleri Lee mice CD 1 intranasal (swimming) death organisms [276] not yet in wiki
277 Bacterium Staphylococcus ayreus human subcutaneous infection organisms [277] fitted
278 Bacterium Pseudomonas aeruginosa rabbits contact lens corneal ulceration CFU/ml [278] fitted
279 Bacterium Pseudomonas aeruginosa rabbits contact lens severe stromal ulceration CFU/ml [279] fitted
280 Bacterium Pseudomonas aeruginosa ATCC 19660 mice Swiss -Webster 5 day old injected (eyelids) death CFU [280] fitted
281 Bacterium Pseudomonas aeruginosa ATCC 19660 mice Swiss -Webster 5 day old injected (eyelids) death CFU [281] fitted
282 Bacterium Pseudomonas aeruginosa ATCC 19660 mice Swiss -Webster 10 day old injected (eyelids) death CFU [282] fitted
283 Bacterium Pseudomonas aeruginosa ATCC 19660 mice Swiss -Webster 10 day old injected (eyelids) death CFU [283] fitted
284 Bacterium Pseudomonas aeruginosa ATCC 19660 mice Swiss -Webster 10 day old injected (eyelids) death CFU [284] not yet in wiki
285 Bacterium Pseudomonas aeruginosa ATCC 19660 mice Swiss -Webster 15-16 day old injected (cornea) infection (Keratitis) CFU [285] fitted
286 Bacterium Pseudomonas aeruginosa ATCC 19660 mice Swiss -Webster 21 day old injected (cornea) infection (cataract) CFU [286] not fittable
287 Bacterium Pseudomonas aeruginosa ATCC 19660 mice Swiss -Webster 21 day old injected (cornea) infection (Keratitis) CFU [287] not fittable
288 Bacterium Listeria monocytogenes rhesus monkeys pregnant oral stillbirths CFU [288] fitted
289 Bacterium Listeria monocytogenes mice pregnant oral infected fetuses CFU [289] fitted
290 Bacterium Listeria monocytogenes mice oral death CFU [290] fitted
291 Bacterium Listeria monocytogenes mice oral infection CFU [291] fitted
292 Bacterium Listeria monocytogenes Scott A mice A/J mice intragastric death CFU [292] fitted
293 Bacterium Listeria monocytogenes Scott A mice C57BL/6 intragastric death CFU [293] fitted
294 Bacterium Listeria monocytogenes F5817 mice C57Bl/6J oral infection CFU [294] fitted
295 Bacterium Listeria monocytogenes strain 10401 mice OF1 female oral infection CFU [295] fitted
296 Bacterium Pseudomonas aeruginosa rabbit contact lens corneal ulceration CFU [296] fitted
297 Bacterium Pseudomonas aeruginosa rabbit contact lens Severe stromal ulceration CFU [297] fitted

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