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Mice experienced high levels of bird flu after being given raw milk: Study

  • Researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison injected raw H5N1-containing milk from infected cows into anesthetized laboratory mice, resulting in systemic infections and euthanasia due to symptoms.
  • H5N1 virus was found in various organs including mammary glands, with dairy cattle tissues being highly susceptible to the virus.
  • The study concluded that untreated milk with H5N1 can infect animals consuming it, staying infectious for weeks at refrigerator temperatures.
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