A plaque assay for the simian rotavirus SAII

The Journal of General Virology
E M SmithCharles P Gerba

Abstract

A sensitive, quantitative and reproducible plaque assay for the measurement of the simian rotavirus SAII is described. Plaque formation required the presence of the facilitators pancreatin or trypsin and diethylaminoethyl-dextran in the agar overlay. SAII produced plaques in three continuous primate cell lines: MA-104, CV-1 and LLC-MK2. MA-104 cells were the most sensitive.

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