cytopathogenic


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of or relating to or causing pathological changes in cells

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Plaque-reduction assay (PFU), cytopathogenic effect (CPE), immunoassay (ELISA): The antiviral activity of Bioaron C[R] was measured with plaque-reduction assays (Cooper 1955) in plaque forming units (PFU) for FluA (H1N1, H3N2), FluB (Yamagatal, Beiying) and Para 3, RSV, HRV 14, CA9 or with analyses of a cytopathogenic effect (CPE) for Adeno 5.
After occurrence of a cytopathogenic effect in a culture, the supernatant was harvested and stored at -20[degrees]C for DNA extraction.
This could be ascertained with different assays as plaque-reduction assays in plaque forming units (PFU), the analyses of a cytopathogenic effect (CPE) and with enzyme immunoassays (EL1SA) to determine the amount of newly synthesised virus.
HIV-1 glycoprotein 120 induces the MMP-9 cytopathogenic factor production that is abolished by inhibition of the p38 mitogen-activated protein kinase signaling pathway.
Isolation of a cytopathogenic agent from human adenoids undergoing spontaneous degeneration in tissue culture.
The TCID50 (tissue culture infection dose) of HSV-II towards Vero cells, determined by cytopathogenic effect (mPE), was [10.
Determination of virus-induced cytopathogenic effects and virus titres revealed that EPs [R] 7630 at concentrations up to 100 [micro]g/ml interfered with replication of seasonal influenza A virus strains (H1N1, H3N2), respiratory syncytial virus, human coronavirus, parainfluenza virus, and coxsackie virus but did not affect replication of highly pathogenic avian influenza A virus (H5N1), adenovirus, or rhinovirus.
During incubation of the cell cultures at 37[degrees]C, focal areas of cytopathogenic effect appeared within 3 days from injection, with complete lysis of the monostrate within 5 days.
To measure the inhibitory effect on the viral cytopathogenic effects (CPE) in cell culture, nebrodeolysin was exposed to different cell cultures that were infected by a variety of DNA and RNA viruses.
ulcerans-like mycobacterium produces a plasmid-encoded toxin, mycolactone E, which is less cytopathogenic than mycolactone A/B, produced by African M.
Retrospective virologic examination of postmortem specimens (tracheal aspirate, liver, lungs, and stomach) in different cell lines (Vero, RD, L20B) showed cytopathogenic virus, which was suggestive of HSV that was identified by PCR.
A positive result was defined as a serum sample that showed a lack of cytopathogenic effect at a dilution of 1:160 (9).