embryonated


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embryonated

said of an egg which contains an embryo.
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Specific pathogen-free embryonated chicken eggs were used for virus isolation.
Vaccines produced in embryonated eggs, such as yellow fever vaccine, influenza vaccine and rabies vaccine.
The objective of the new facility is to build an advanced laboratory to better provide embryonated eggs for the production of vaccines against influenza.
The flu vaccine is grown in embryonated chicken eggs and contains residual amounts of ovalbumin, a major egg allergen.
Collection of embryonated chicken eggs and Swiss albino mice
Ascaris is acquired by the ingestion of the embryonated eggs contaminating raw vegetables and fruits.
Here, we describe a method that permits visualization of the real-time events that occur during embryonic development using embryonated chick eggs.
The induced VBNC cells can be recovered in embryonated eggs, which highlights the potential impact of VBNC E.
The reference strains of influenza A virus (A/PR/8/34-H1N1 and A/Udorn/307/72-H3N2) procured from CDC, Atlanta, GA, USA, and the pandemic H1N1-2009 (A/Delhi/1/2009-H1N1) isolated at our laboratory, to serve as positive control, were propagated to sufficiently high titres in 10-days old embryonated chicken eggs and the virus-containing allantoic fluid was harvested and stored in -80[degrees]C until use.
Mouse-adapted influenza virus A/PR/8/34 (H1N1), which was maintained in Kitasato University (Tokyo, Japan), was grown in the allantoic cavity of 10-day-old embryonated hen eggs.
Using a tissue culture substrate to grow influenza viruses provides flexibility to vaccine production not available before using embryonated eggs.
Vaccines that are of concern for a child with egg allergy are those produced in embryonated eggs, e.