They were later incubated at 37[degrees]C and scored daily using an inverted microscope for cytopathic effect
for 10 days.
Instead, histopathology of specimens taken from the left piriform sinus, left aryepiglottic fold, left vallecula, and left tonsillar pillar demonstrated a viral cytopathic effect
and necrosis consistent with HSV infection.
Inhibition of the typical herpes simplex cytopathic effect
(CPE) was recorded as the inhibitory effect of the extract.
Then, cells were infected with HSV-1 or 2 (10 TCID50) and incubated at 37 C in 5% CO2 air and observed every day up to three days for cell cytopathic effect
(CPE) using a light microscope.
Assays of antiviral activity and cytotoxicity were evaluated by the SRB method using cytopathic effect
(CPE) reduction recently reported (Choi et al.
For a marked response, rare, single cancer cells, or small groups of cancer cells/glands with marked cytopathic effect
, may be present within a fibrotic stroma.
(CPE) is observed in next 24-72 hours, the CPE consists of retraction of the cell membrane from surrounding cells and eventually rounding of the cells with margination of nuclear chromatin (Davies and Mbugwa, 1985).
Cells were incubated in their respective media supplemented with 2 per cent FBS at 37[degrees]C in incubator until cytopathic effect
(CPE) was observed (3 days for measles).
The cytopathic effect
of CMV is most notable in infected endothelial cells found within granulation tissue in the ulcer base.
These tests can be general tests where the inoculated cells are observed for cytopathic effect
due to virus infection.
no cytopathic effect
in cell culture was identified after 10 days' incubation).
A cytopathic effect
was observed, which demonstrated viability and infectivity of the virus.