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Herpes simplex virus produces larger plaques when assayed on uv irradiated cv 1 cells



Herpes simplex virus produces larger plaques when assayed on uv irradiated cv 1 cells



Photochemistry & Photobiology 32(1): 97-98



Plaque development for either untreated or UV treated irradiated herpes simplex virus type 1 is faster when assayed on UV irradiated [African green monkey kidney] CV1 cells. This Large Plaque Effect only occurs if a minimum delay of 12 h between cell irradiation and viral inoculation is allowed. Shorter delays give plaques that are smaller than controls (unirradiated virus-unirradiated cells). The effect is maximal for a 48 h delay and remains unchanged for delays as long as 84 h. The effect is greatest for cell exposures of 10 J m-2.

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