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Growth characteristics of a herpesvirus of turkeys

Applied Microbiology

Dec 1, 1972

R J Ash, J D Ware

PMID: 4675446

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The herpesvirus of turkeys remains associated with cells attached to the culture vessel throughout its growth cycle. The level of infectious centers is essentially constant between 24 and 48 hr when the culture medium is unchanged. Thereafter, the number of infectious centers decreases....read more

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Antibiotic Resistance, Microbial
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Buffalopox virus
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Human leukocyte interferon
Bacteriophage Plaque Assay
Marek Disease
Interferon
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Growth characteristics of a herpesvirus of turkeys

Applied Microbiology

Dec 1, 1972

R J Ash, J D Ware

PMID: 4675446

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Abstract

The herpesvirus of turkeys remains associated with cells attached to the culture vessel throughout its growth cycle. The level of infectious centers is essentially constant between 24 and 48 hr when the culture medium is unchanged. Thereafter, the number of infectious centers decreases....read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Interferon Production
Antibiotic Resistance, Microbial
Thymic Group Viruses
Buffalopox virus
Virus Replication
Human leukocyte interferon
Bacteriophage Plaque Assay
Marek Disease
Interferon
Interferons

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