Dec 1, 1975

Effect of environmental pH on adenovirus-associated virus

Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine
F B Johnson, A S Bodily

Abstract

The influence of environmental pH on AAV was studied in infectious virus titrations, induction of CF antigens production of infectious virus, induction of immunofluorescent stainable antigen, and aggregation of the viral particles. The pH of the medium was found to influence the titer of virus stocks in that less virus was registered at acid pH's, giving differences of up to 105 TCID50 in HEK and HEp-2 cells. Less infectious virus was produced in KB cells, and decreased amounts of CF antigen appeared at acid pH's. However, increased levels of detectable intracellular FA antigen appeared at acid pH's. Electron microscopic examination of AAV particles negatively stained at various pH's showed increasingly large aggregates of particles as the pH was lowered. Under the acid conditions studied, the adenovirus helper and cell activities were only slightly suppressed, with the greatest effect due to aggregation of the virus particles.

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Virion
Protoplasm
Aggregation
Virus Replication
Parvoviridae
Carbonic Acid Ions
Antigens
Microscopy
Sodium
Satellite Viruses

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