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Ultrastructural changes in the cells of human embryo lung fibroblasts in the reproduction of the coronavirus HCoV/SPb/01/03



Ultrastructural changes in the cells of human embryo lung fibroblasts in the reproduction of the coronavirus HCoV/SPb/01/03



Voprosy Virusologii 50(6): 27-30



The reproduction of the new coronavirus HCoV/SPb/01/03 in the cultured human embryo lung fibroblasts (HELFBs) was electron microscopically studied. The virus was shown to replicate in the cultured HELFBs, by using for this a cell membrane system and causing profound changes in its morphology. After 24 hours of cell infection, there were mature and defective HCoVISPb/01/03 virions were detected in the vacuoles near the peripheral cisterns of the Golgi apparatus. Some of the vacuoles contained folded membranous structures along with virions.

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