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On the cultivation of a mouse leukosis in vitro

JГёrgen Bichel

On the cultivation of a mouse leukosis in vitro

by Jørgen Bichel.

by JГёrgen Bichel

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Published by Universitetsforlaget i Aarhus, The University press of Aarhus in Denmark .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Leukemia.,
  • Tissue culture.

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRB145 .B5
    The Physical Object
    Pagination103 p., 1 l.
    Number of Pages103
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6508456M
    LC Control Number46039460
    OCLC/WorldCa18821299

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The development of biology in this century has proceeded from the organismic level to the molecular level. Retrovirology has followed this broad historical trend. In the first six decades of the century, retrovirology dealt almost exclusively with infection and disease in the animal host.

This was followed in the s and s by a dominant concern with the viral replication cycle and Author: John M Coffin, Stephen H Hughes, Harold E Varmus. In most studies, the growth of Cryptosporidium in vitro peaks at h post-inoculation then gradually declines.

Several attempts have been made to improve some parameters required to enhance the growth and proliferation in vitro, no long-term maintenance or large-scale production of oocysts has been achieved, and the parasite yields are limited.

Replication-competent leukosis viruses do not transform cells in vitro; because they interfere with transformation by viruses that carry a v-onc gene, interference assays are used.

Assays for the presence of leukosis viruses can also be carried out by serologic methods using enzyme immunoassay or radioimmunoassay. Recent evidence suggests that most, if not all mice, regardless of sex, breed, or origin, contain viral genomes of mouse type-C RNA viruses in hidden or unexpressed forms, and that the virus can be activated both in vivo and in vitro by various induction techniques (Huebner and Todaro, ; Todaro and Huebner, ).Cited by: 7.

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Some Methods for Contamination Testing of a Master Cell Bank. In vitro and in vivo assay for adventitious viruses. This book helps advance process safety in a key area of interest. A recent example is the outbreak of epidemics of hemangiomas and myelocytomas induced by subgroup J avian leukosis viruses in China.

This subgroup of avian leukosis was first identified in in Britain [67,68], but the significance of this finding has emerged only recently [69,70,71] as this virus is spreading world-wide [72,73,74].Cited by: 1.

Currently, more than 90% of monoclonal antibodies are produced by in vitro techniques that use large-scale manufacturing plants containing several 10,L or larger culture bioreactors.

The in vitro method of monoclonal antibody production decreases the use of mice and also avoids the need for experienced personnel for animal thuoctrigiatruyenbaphuong.com by: 1.

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It is stated in the preface that "almost a decade has passed since the publication of the first edition" of this work, and that the number of pages devoted to RNA tumour virus has increased from to The principal viruses involved are Rous sarcoma, avian leukosis, murine leukaemia, and mouse mammary tumour viruses; feline oncovirus, and a few retroviruses from other species.

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The. Aborted Fetuses Used in Vaccines. Ten weeks after conception, the baby's heart beat can be heard. The entire research was was for the development of viral vaccine cultivation.

more sensitive animal models and in vitro assays may be developed to assess the oncogenic activity of DNA. This book deals with the morphological (microscopical) examination of blood, changes in the blood picture during various physiological states, and the blood picture during pathological states, including anaemia, leucosis and 36 other specific diseases.

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Veterinary Book. of x but usually the vaccine may be used without treatment. The development of in vitro techniques for the cultivation of B. bovis on bovine erythrocytes has led to the isolation of soluble antigens, which, when combined with adjuvants, have proven immunogenic (27,28).

These noninfectious vaccines, although they do not.Cultivation of Viruses The technique of growing them on chick embryos was developed by Goodpasture in s. The use of living human and animal tissue cells for the in vitro culture of viruses was developed by John Enders () and others.

Virus infection and malignancy Leukemia As a science, virology evolved later than bacteriology.Background The role of mouse mammary tumor virus (MMTV) as a causative agent in human breast carcinogenesis has recently been the subject of renewed interest. ultimately leading to the infection of every cell in culture.

The replication of the virus was monitored by quantitative PCR quantitative RT-PCR and immunofluorescence imaging.