Chemically characterized media for study of foot-and-mouth disease virus in baby hamster kidney cells.

@article{Polatnick1967ChemicallyCM,
  title={Chemically characterized media for study of foot-and-mouth disease virus in baby hamster kidney cells.},
  author={Jerome Polatnick},
  journal={Applied microbiology},
  year={1967},
  volume={15 2},
  pages={228-32}
}
Foot-and-mouth disease virus can be grown in baby hamster kidney cells with a chemically characterized medium containing only tris(hydroxymethyl)-amino-methane (Tris) buffer, glucose, glutamine, and salts. Virus infectivity was only 0.5 log unit less than in a complex cell growth medium containing serum, tryptose phosphate, and lactalbumin hydrolysate. At high multiplicity of infection, production was maximal in 5 hr, with the virus remaining largely intracellular. Glucose and glutamine… CONTINUE READING

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