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Volume 12, Number 1—January 2006

Research

SARS–associated Coronavirus Replication in Cell Lines

Matthew Kaye*Comments to Author , Julian Druce*, Thomas Tran*, Renata Kostecki*, Doris Chibo*, Jessica Morris*, Mike Catton*, and Chris Birch*
Author affiliations: *Victorian Infectious Diseases Reference Laboratory, North Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

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Cytopathology of uninfected cells (left column) and the same cells infected in vitro with severe acute respiratory syndrome–associated coronavirus (right column). A) Vero cells day 4 after infection. B) MA-104 cells day 4 after infection. C) Huh-7 cells day 11 after infection. D) pCMK cells day 11 after infection. E) COS cells day 11 after infection. F) MEK cells day 11 after infection.

Figure 1. Cytopathology of uninfected cells (left column) and the same cells infected in vitro with severe acute respiratory syndrome–associated coronavirus (right column). A) Vero cells day 4 after infection. B) MA-104 cells day 4 after infection. C) Huh-7 cells day 11 after infection. D) pCMK cells day 11 after infection. E) COS cells day 11 after infection. F) MEK cells day 11 after infection.

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