Newcastle disease virus and two influenza viruses: Differing effects of acid and temperature on the uptake of infectious virus into bovine and canine kidney cell lines

@article{Russell1986NewcastleDV,
  title={Newcastle disease virus and two influenza viruses: Differing effects of acid and temperature on the uptake of infectious virus into bovine and canine kidney cell lines},
  author={Peter H. Russell},
  journal={Archives of Virology},
  year={1986},
  volume={88},
  pages={159-166}
}
SummaryThe entry of 2 influenza viruses was compared to the entry of the Ulster strain of Newcastle disease virus (NDV) by measuring the escape rate of preadsorbed virus from neutralization using a microwell assay. The 2-minute entry of Ulster into Madin-Darby bovine kidney (MDBK) cells increased exponentially over the temperature range for fusion of 30–37° C and was prevented by pH 4.6 which corresponded to the pH within endosomes. The 2-hour entry of both influenza viruses into MDBK cells… CONTINUE READING

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