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al·lan·to·ic

(ă-lan-tō'ik),
Relating to the allantois.

al·lan·to·ic

(al'an-tō'ik)
Relating to the allantois.
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Influenza A viruses were produced in the allantoic cavity of embryonated hen eggs and purified by sucrose gradient centrifugation technique.
Regarding that, it is believed that the main osmoregulatory mechanism of the embryo is the chorioallantoic membrane (CAM), which acts as a selective barrer, allowing the absorption of electrolites and water from allantoic fluid and functions as an effective defense against intraluminal toxic contents (24).
Both H9N2 (wt) and H9N2 ([DELTA]PB1-F2) viruses were further propagated in chicken embryonated eggs, and the resultant allantoic fluid was harvested prior to viral titration and aliquots were stored at -80[degrees]C.
RNA extraction and sequencing: RNA was extracted from allantoic fluid through TriZol LS according to manufacturer's instructions (Invitrogen, Carlsbad, CA).
In allantoic fluid, lactic acid was only found after day 9 of incubation.
The 44th passaged virus was inoculated into five 9-11 days old embryonated SPF fowl eggs and allantoic fluids were harvested after 5 days of post inoculation.
A 0.1 ml of this diluted material was inoculated in each of the embryonated eggs through allantoic sac route with the help of a disposable syringe.
Determination of proteinases inhibitors in lungs homogenates, blood serum, and allantoic fluid was done by casein's method offered by A.P.
Action of allantoic mesenchyme results in angiogenesis, and thus the fetal capillaries are being developed amongst the maternal lacunae.
Positive controls of FLUAV and FLUBV consisted of allantoic fluid from FLUV infected embryonic eggs.
Anionic polysaccharides SV1(Sargassum vulgare 1) and PSV1 (purified Sargassum vulgare 1) from brown seaweed Sargassum vulgare showed an inhibitory effect on angiogenesis in vivo in the chick chorio allantoic membrane (CAM).
This is in contrast to M gallisepticum, which survives well in egg contents (allantoic fluid and yolk) highlighting the potential importance of egg debris as a mode of indirect spread in a hatchery.