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Volume 24, Number 5—May 2018

Equine Encephalosis Virus in India, 2008

Pragya D. Yadav, César G. Albariño, Dimpal A. Nyayanit, Lisa Guerrero, M. Harley Jenks, Prasad Sarkale, Stuart T. Nichol, and Devendra T. MouryaComments to Author 
Author affiliations: National Institute of Virology, Pune, India (P.D. Yadav, D.A. Nyayanit, P. Sarkale, D.T. Mourya); Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA (C.G. Albariño, L. Guerrero, M.H. Jenks, S.T. Nichol)

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Table 1

Susceptibility of vertebrate and invertebrate cells to equine encephalosis virus*

Cell line Media used No. cell passages CPE on PID, passage 2
Vero CCL-81 MEM 16 PID 2
Bat embryo (Pipistrellus ceylonicus) DMEM 66 No CPE
PS (porcine stable kidney) MEM 107 PID 2
BHK-21 (baby hamster kidney) MEM + 5% TPB 83 PID 2
SW-13 (human adrenal cortex) L-15 42 PID 2
RD (rhabdomyosarcoma) MEM 60 PID 2
C6/36 (Aedes albopictus mosquito–derived) MM 147 PID 7
Vero E6 MEM 53 PID 2
A549 (human lung carcinoma) Ham F-12K 86 No CPE

*CPE, cytopathic effect; DMEM, Dulbecco modified Eagle medium; MEM, Eagle minimal essential medium; PID, postinfection day; TBP, tryptose phosphate broth.

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