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Epidemiological and serological studies on influenza 1. plaque cloning of influenza b isolates and cultivation of b type reference strains in the presence of homologous antibody

, : Epidemiological and serological studies on influenza 1. plaque cloning of influenza b isolates and cultivation of b type reference strains in the presence of homologous antibody. Okayama Igakkai Zasshi 94(9-10): 881-890

Plaque cloning on MDCK [canine kidney] cells and hemagglutination inhibition testing was conducted on 9 influenza B virus isolates obtained from 1973-1977 in Okayama Prefecture, Japan, to assess stability of hemagglutinin antigenicity in the presence of antibody. Apparently, pre-isolation by plaque cloning and cultivation in the presence of antibody are suitable techniques for studying prevalent influenza B isolates.

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