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of or relating to or causing pathological changes in cells

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The virus titer was estimated from cytopathogenicity and expressed as 50% tissue culture infectious doses per milliliter (TCI[D.
These differences have been insufficiently evaluated in previous studies, but recent studies demonstrated that intracellular replication, cytopathogenicity, and infectivity to mammalian and protozoan cells also vary with Legionella species (30,31).
Virus stocks were generated by serial propagation through multiple passages in HUVEC cultures, a method shown to preserve the natural endothelial cytopathogenicity of the original isolate [43].
PENZBERG, Germany -- To date, more than 125 peer-reviewed studies using Roche's (SWX:RO)(SWX:ROG)(Pink Sheets:RHHBY) xCELLigence System have been published, spanning a diverse group of applications, including cell invasion and migration of cancer cells (1), receptor activity assays (2), compound induced cytotoxicity (3), antibody-dependent cellular cytotoxicity (4), virus-mediated cytopathogenicity (5) and others (6).
Besides, MiR-126 can regulate Wnt/[beta]-catenin pathways by targeting lipoprotein receptor-related protein 6 (LRP6) and Wnt-responsive Cdc42 homolog 1(WRCh1), which enhanced viral cytopathogenicity.