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The effect of ascorbic acid on infection of chick embryo ciliated tracheal organ cultures by coronavirus



The effect of ascorbic acid on infection of chick embryo ciliated tracheal organ cultures by coronavirus



Archives of Virology 56(3): 195-200



Chick embryo tracheal organ cultures showed increased resistance to infection by a coronavirus [avian infectious bronchitis virus] after exposure to ascorbate, while chick respiratory epithelium and allantois-on-shell preparations showed no increase in resistance to infection by an influenza virus or a paramyxovirus [Newcastle disease virus].

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