Viral strain

Inoculum^{3}

Adsorbed virus^{4}


25 °C

30 °C


RNA1 copies^{1}

Log ± SD^{2}

RNA1 copies

Log ± SD

Ad rate^{5}

RNA1 copies

Log ± SD

Ad rate


wt160

4.10 × 10^{11}

11.61 ± 0.14

4.08 × 10^{11}

11.61 ± 0.31

99.51

4.07 × 10^{11}

11.61 ± 0.31

99.26

r160

7.24 × 10^{10}

10.86 ± 0.15

7.19 × 10^{10}

10.86 ± 0.15

99.31

7.17 × 10^{10}

10.85 ± 0.15

99.03

r1_445

3.22 × 10^{11}

11.51 ± 0.25

3.19 × 10^{11}

11.50 ± 0.24

99.07

3.18 × 10^{11}

11.50 ± 0.24

98.75

RGNNV

5.62 × 10^{10}

10.75 ± 0.18

5.60 × 10^{10}

10.75 ± 0.08

99.64

5.58 × 10^{10}

10.75 ± 0.08

99.28

SJNNV

1.71 × 10^{11}

12.23 ± 0.15

1.70 × 10^{11}

11.23 ± 0. 27

99.41

1.69 × 10^{11}

11.23 ± 0.15

98.83

 Results expressed as RNA1 copies/mL (1) and log_{10}RNA1 copies/mL ± standard deviation (2) from 3 replicas of inoculated (3) and adsorbed virus (estimated as the difference between the RNA1 values of the original inocula and those of the remaining inocula after 1 h adsorption) (4) The efficiency of the adsorption (5; as percentage) was calculated from the ratio between adsorbed and total viral inoculum.