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bovine parvovirus 1, bovine syncytial virus, and bovine respiratory syncytial virus and their infections. 19744608633
stabilization of isometric dna viruses against thermoinactivation by lowered ionic strength.the thermostability of isometric dna viruses increases, if the ionic strength is diminished before heating. when unpurified virus material from cell cultures is heated under conditions (temperature, time) which lead to a reduction in infectivity by 3 to 4 log10, this loss in titer is 1 to 3 log10 less, if the ionic strength is decreased by diluting the material in dist. water (1:100) before heating. a dilution in eagle's mem (1:100) or a previous dialysis against water does not have the same eff ...19816271099
characterization of the gene expression profile of human bocavirus.we have generated a quantitative transcription profile of human bocavirus type 1 (hbov1) by transfecting a nearly full-length clone in human lung epithelial a549 cells as well as in a replication competent system in 293 cells. the overall transcription profile of hbov1 is similar to that of two other members of genus bocavirus, minute virus of canines and bovine parvovirus 1. in particular, a spliced ns1-transcript that was not recognized previously expressed the large non-structural protein ns1 ...201020457462
genomic features of the human bocaviruses.the human bocavirus (hbov) was initially discovered in 2005 as the second pathogenic member of the parvovirus family, next to the human parvovirus b19. hbov has since been shown to be extremely common worldwide and to cause a systemic infection in small children often resulting in respiratory disease. three more, presumably enteric, human bocaviruses (hbov2-4) have been identified in stool samples. parvoviruses are assumed to replicate via their genomic terminal hairpin-like structures in a so-c ...201222389649
isolation and identification of a bovine adenovirus type 3 with an adenovirus-associated virus.a bovine adenovirus with agglutinating activity was isolated from feedlot calves and classified as serotype 3. the agglutinating activity was shown to be the property of an adenovirus-associated virus (aav). the aav was isolated from the bovine adenovirus by isopycnic centrifugation in cscl; the aav had a density of 1.4 g/cm2. this aav is serologically related to bovine aav-tr-15, but is distinct from bovine parvovirus-1 and primate aav types 1 to 4, using counterimmunoelectrophoresis and hemagg ...1978219733
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