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Comparative Genome Sequencing

  • Human rhinovirus 15 (ATCC® VR-1643)

    ATCC® Number: VR-1643
    Classification: Picornaviridae, Rhinovirus
    Product Format: frozen

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    Biosafety Level: 2
    Source:
    Presumed from throat swab from young adult with upper respiratory illness, South Carolina, 1960; this preparation derived from ATCC VR-285 following treatment to remove mycoplasma.
    Effect on Host:
    Typical rhinovirus CPE in cell culture, including rounding and sloughing of infected cells.
    Typical rhinovirus CPE in cell culture, including rounding and sloughing of infected cells.
  • Human rhinovirus 17 (ATCC® VR-1663)

    ATCC® Number: VR-1663
    Classification: Picornaviridae, Rhinovirus
    Product Format: frozen

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    Biosafety Level: 2
    Source:
    Presumed from throat swab from adult with upper respiratory illness, North Carolina, 1959; derived from ATCC VR-1127 following treatment to remove mycoplasma contamination.
    Effect on Host:
    Typical rhinovirus CPE in cell culture, including rounding and sloughing of infected cells.
    Typical rhinovirus CPE in cell culture, including rounding and sloughing of infected cells.
  • Human rhinovirus 37 (ATCC® VR-1607)

    ATCC® Number: VR-1607
    Classification: Picornaviridae, Rhinovirus, Human rhinovirus B
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    Biosafety Level: 2
    Effect on Host:
    Typical rhinovirus CPE in cell culture, including rounding and sloughing of infected cells.
    Typical rhinovirus CPE in cell culture, including rounding and sloughing of infected cells.
  • Human rhinovirus 49 (ATCC® VR-1644)

    ATCC® Number: VR-1644
    Classification: Picornaviridae, Rhinovirus
    Product Format: frozen

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    Biosafety Level: 2
    Source:
    Presumed from human throat washings; derived from ATCC VR-1159 following treatment to remove mycoplasma contamination.
    Effect on Host:
    Typical rhinovirus CPE in cell culture, including rounding and sloughing of infected cells.
    Typical rhinovirus CPE in cell culture, including rounding and sloughing of infected cells.
  • Human rhinovirus 54 (ATCC® VR-1661)

    ATCC® Number: VR-1661
    Classification: Picornaviridae, Rhinovirus
    Product Format: frozen

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    Biosafety Level: 2
    Source:
    Presumed from human throat washings; derived from ATCC VR-1164 following treatment to remove mycoplasma contamination.
    Effect on Host:
    Typical rhinovirus CPE in cell culture, including rounding and sloughing of infected cells.
    Typical rhinovirus CPE in cell culture, including rounding and sloughing of infected cells.
  • Mumps virus, attenuated (ATCC® VR-1589)

    ATCC® Number: VR-1589
    Classification: Paramyxoviridae, Paramyxovirinae, Rubulavirus
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    Biosafety Level: 2
    Source:
    Derived from the Urabe AM9 mumps strain
    Effect on Host:
    Cytopathic effects in culture include syncitium formation and cell rounding. Infected cells hemadsorb chicken RBC; culture fluids have hemagglutinating activity.
    Cytopathic effects in culture include syncytium formation and cell rounding.  Infected cultures hemadsorb chicken RBC and culture fluids have hemagglutinating activity.
  • Rabbitpox virus (ATCC® VR-1591)

    ATCC® Number: VR-1591
    Classification: Poxviridae, Chrodopoxvirinae, Orthopoxvirus, Vaccinia virus
    Product Format: frozen

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    Biosafety Level: 2
    Source:
    Outbreak of rabbitpox, Holland, 1941; ATCC VR-1591 was derived by passage of original preparation ATCC VR-157 in cell culture at ATCC.
    Effect on Host:
    Lethal infection of rabbits in vivo. Pocks on CAM following inoculation of eggs. CPE in culture, including localized enlargement, rounding and death of cells.
    Lethal infection of rabbits in vivo.  Pocks on CAM following inoculation of eggs.  CPE in culture, including localized enlargement, vacuolation, degeneration and death of cells.
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