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Generation and characteristics of transplantable virus producing lymphoid suspension cell cultures from african green monkeys

Generation and characteristics of transplantable virus producing lymphoid suspension cell cultures from african green monkeys

Voprosy Virusologii 36(2): 130-133

Five continuous lymphoid suspension cell cultures were established by cultivation of lymphocytes from African green monkeys. The immunological typing revealed the mixed pattern of cultures consisting of B and T cell types. Two types of viruses: herpesvirus and retrovirus C-type were demonstrated by electron microscopy. Indirect immunofluorescence and molecular hybridization studies showed one of the viruses to be an EBV-related herpesvirus of green monkeys designated HVGM and the other to belong to H (S) TLV-1 group.

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