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Growth of Ibaraki virus in suspension culture of HmLu-1 cells

National Institute of Animal Health Quarterly

Jan 1, 1975

Tetsu SugimuraT Tokui

PMID: 1685

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The established hamster lung cell line, HmLu-1 cells could grow in a suspended state. The initial cell count, 40 X 10(4)/ml, increased to 200 X 10(4)/ml on the 4th day of culture. The suspension culture of HmLu-1 cells was proved satisfactory for propagation of Ibaraki virus. The viral ...read more

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Allergy Testing Hamster
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Structure of Parenchyma of Lung
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    National Institute of Animal Health Quarterly

    Jan 1, 1975

    Tetsu SugimuraT Tokui

    PMID: 1685

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    The established hamster lung cell line, HmLu-1 cells could grow in a suspended state. The initial cell count, 40 X 10(4)/ml, increased to 200 X 10(4)/ml on the 4th day of culture. The suspension culture of HmLu-1 cells was proved satisfactory for propagation of Ibaraki virus. The viral ...read more

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    Allergy Testing Hamster
    Hamsters
    Lung Problem
    Structure of Parenchyma of Lung
    Entire Lung

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