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epidemic polyarthritis (ross river) virus infection in the cook islands.an epidemic of ross river virus infection occurred in the cook islands early in 1980 and affected the majority of the inhabitants of rarotonga, the most populated island in the group. this represents the easternmost extension of the virus which, until 1979, was believed limited to australia, new guinea, and the solomon islands. the clinical manifestations of ross river disease, predominantly polyarthritis, did not differ significantly from those observed previously in australia. however, unlike ...19817325286
[the spread and biological properties of epidemic influenza viruses a and b strains circulating in the 2006-2007 season in russia].the epidemic upsurge of influenza morbidity in the 2006-2007 season in russia was caused by the active circulation of influenza a(h1n1), a(h3n2) and b viruses. the center for ecology and epidemiology of influenza studied 259 epidemic strains; all the strains were isolated on mdck cell cultures. influenza a(h1n1) viruses (n = 101) were antigenic variants of the references a/new caledonia/20/99 and a/solomon islands/3/06. influenza a(h3n2) viruses (n = 98) were antigenic variants of the references ...200819069788
detection of influenza a and b neutralizing antibodies in vaccinated ferrets and macaques using specific biotin-streptavidin conjugated antibodies.several critical factors of an influenza microneutralization assay, utilizing a rapid biotin-streptavidin conjugated system for detecting influenza virus subtypes a and b, are addressed within this manuscript. factors such as incubation times, amount of virus, cell seeding, sonication, and tpck trypsin were evaluated for their ability to affect influenza virus neutralization in a microplate-based neutralization assay using madin-darby canine kidney (mdck) cells. it is apparent that the amount of ...201019913054
[influenza virus reproduction in the mdck cells adapted to growth in serum-free hybris-2 medium].whether the mdck cell line might adapt to grow in serum-free hybris-2 medium and influenza viruses might be reproduced in the adapted cells was studied. seventeen passages using the hybris-2 medium yielded cells adapted to growth in this medium (mdck-bs). the reproduction of influenza a (h1n1 and h3n2) and b viruses versus the cells cultured in eagle's medium was studied. the laboratory strain of influenza a/aichi/1/68 (h3n2) and the strain b/ohio/01/05 of influenza b in equal titers were shown ...201021260998
[development of new nutrient medium for mdck and vero cells based on soy hydrolysate obtained using bromeline and assessment of growth characteristics of influenza virus vaccine strains cultivated on them].to develop nutrient medium for mdck and vero cells based on soy hydrolysate obtained using bromeline and to assess of growth characteristics of influenza virus vaccine strains cultivated on them.201121449080
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