effect was observed, which demonstrated viability and infectivity of the virus.
The viral cytopathic
effect (CPE) was examined daily using a light microscope.
The cells were further incubated until cytopathic
effect (CPE) was observed in more than 80 percent of the cells.
There are two biotypes defined as cytopathic
(cp) or non-cytopathic
(ncp) according whether or not they produce cytopathic
effects in cell cultures (Brodersen, 2014).
In the traditional "gold standard" assay, which is cell culture, rubella virus produces no or inconspicuous cytopathic
effect (CPE) in most of the cell lines.
The virus can be detected by immunofluorescence, and cytopathic
The microscopic pathology of CMV infected cells, known as its viral cytopathic
effect, is quite characteristic and can be well appreciated in Figure 1.
Thus, scrub typhus infected in liver is speculated to cause mild focal inflammation due to intrahepatic sinusoidal endothelial vasculitis and to increase the levels of aminotransferases due to direct cytopathic
3% of cases, histologically shows squamous cells with nuclear enlargement (two to three times normal size), irregularity of the nuclear membrane contour, hyperchromatic nucleus with perinuclear halo, Collectively, these types of changes are called a cytopathic
effect; various types of cytopathic
effect can be seen in many different cell types infected by many different types of virus.
The three flasks were incubated at 37[degrees]C and observed daily for 7 days until full cytopathic
effect was seen on the cells.
The progressive death of T lymphocytes is attributed to immune activation rather than to viral cytopathic
For this purpose dermatotselyullyarnoy cytopathic
effect was investigated sera from rabbit immunoglobulins isolated therefrom in cell cultures of epidermal cells (cultured multilayered epidermis cow) in different dilutions (1:10 to 1:640).