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Studies on the storage stability of foot and mouth disease virus type o and asia 1 with various preservatives






Indian Veterinary Journal 65(3): 183-187

Studies on the storage stability of foot and mouth disease virus type o and asia 1 with various preservatives

Foot and mouth disease virus types '0' and 'Asia-1' were preserved with glycerol, peptone a mixture of glycine and peptone and a mixture of lactalbumin hydrolysate (LAH) and sucrose. The experiment was carried out by keeping the preserved virus at different temperatures viz. +30.degree. C, -4.degree. C, -20.degree. C, -70.degree. C and -196.degree. C. From this study it was found that peptone is the best preservative amongst all the other combinations used at different temperatures. The advantage of using peptone is that the virus can be infected to cells without further changing the medium. Whereas with glycerol, the medium has to be changed.


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