(ATCC® VR-2161)

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Strain 1084-E Variant E1TC22E4
Biosafety Level 2
Isolation
derived from 1084-E Strain, which was isolated from Chickens by Jack Rosenberger, University of Delaware
Product Format freeze-dried
Storage Conditions -20°C
Comments
An attenuated infectious bursal disease virus. Virus can be cultivated by inolculating 9-10 day old SPF eggs with 100 EID[50] by CAS route of inoculation. Conduct whole embryo harvest at 3-5 days post-inoculation.
This bursal disease variant was derived from the 1084-E Strain.
Effect on Host
Cytopathic effects (plaque formation) on chicken embryo fibroblasts
Recommended Host
9 to 10 day chicken embryo; chicken embryo fibroblasts
chicken embryo; chicken embryo fibroblasts
Growth Conditions
Incubation: 3-5 days in CE
Effect on Host
Cytopathic effects (plaque formation) on chicken embryo fibroblasts
Name of Depositor Sterwin Labs.
Source
derived from 1084-E Strain, which was isolated from Chickens by Jack Rosenberger, University of Delaware
References

Melchior FW Jr., Melson L. Attenuated infectious bursal disease virus strain and vaccine therefrom. US Patent 4,824,668 dated Apr 25 1989

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