Figure 1. Absence of cytopathic effect after a 7-day exposure of three lines of primate cells (FRhK-4, MA-104, and BGMK) to an inoculum prepared with hemolymph from Taura syndrome virus (TSV)-infected shrimp (Litopenaeus vannamei) during the acute phase of the disease compared to a control inoculum containing hemolymph from specific pathogen free (SPF) shrimp. A) FRhK-4 cells exposed to SPF hemolymph; B) FRhK-4 cells exposed to TSV hemolymph; C) MA-104 cells exposed to SPF hemolymph; D) MA-104 cells exposed to TSV hemolymph; E) BGMK cells exposed to SPF hemolymph; F) BGMK cells exposed to TSV hemolymph (no stain; 25x).
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