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Strains of Human Viruses epub ebook

by M. Majer,S.A. Plotkin

Strains of Human Viruses epub ebook

Author: M. Majer,S.A. Plotkin
Category: Medicine
Language: English
Publisher: S. Karger; 1 edition (September 27, 1972)
Pages: 271 pages
ISBN: 3805514018
ISBN13: 978-3805514019
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Strains of lung cell origin yielded greater amounts of virus than skin cell strains. Plotkin, S. D. Cornfeld, andT. H. Ingalls: Studies of immunization with living rubella virus. Both growth curve and chronic infection experiments showed that a maximum of approximately 30% of the cells were infected at any given time. Pharyngeal mucosa cells were stored for three months in the frozen state while chronically infected with rubella.

Strains of human viruses. Ed. by Mirko Majer and Stanley A. Plotkin. Viruses, Virus diseases, Internet Archive Wishlist, Virus. There's no description for this book yet. Published 1972 by S. Karger in Basel. 5 M34. The Physical Object.

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Observations upon the growth of four strains of rubella virus in human diploid cell strains (HDCS) are reported. Sixtythree cell strains, derived from 29 fetuses by means of an organ culture technique, were studied. All HDCS tested were susceptible to rubella virus, and a chronic infection could be established readily in them. Summary Rubella virus infection of human diploid cells did not result in an ordinary cytopathic effect, but several kinds of human diploid cell strains (HDCS) responded to infection by ceasing to multiply. Inhibition occurred quickly (most lung strains), or after many weeks (skin and pharyngeal mucosa strains). Plotkin, Stanley . 1932-. Virus diseases, Viruses, Viruses, Virus, Virus diseases, Viruses. Basel ; New York : S. Karger. Sony Alpha-A6300 (Control). Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by ttscribe25. hongkong on September 18, 2018. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata).

Stanley Alan Plotkin (born May 12, 1932) is an American physician who works as a consultant to vaccine manufacturers, such as Sanofi Pasteur, as well as biotechnology firms, non-profits and governments. In the 1960s, he played a pivotal role in discovery of a vaccine against rubella virus while working at Wistar Institute in Philadelphia. Bond : The in vitro growth of rubella virus in human embryo cells. S. A. Plotkin, T. t t. Amer. Their life history and virus yield after resuscitation did not differ from unfrozen cells.

A Brief History of Human Diploid Cell Strains . M. Fletcher, L. Hessel, and S. Plotkin, Human Diploid Cell Strains (HDCS) Viral Vaccines, Developments in Biological Standardization 93 (1998): 97107; L. Hayflick, History of Cell Substrates Used for Human Biologicals, Developments in Biological Standardization 70 (1989): 1126. 20 S. Plotkin et a. Attentuation of RA 27-3 Rubella Virus in WI-38 Human Diploid Cells,American Journal of Disabilities of Children 11. (August 1969): 178.

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