embryonated chicken eggs

embryonated chicken eggs

Fertilized chicken eggs, in which vaccines for diseases such as influenza are produced.
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Equal titers of influenza virus subtypes H5N1 and H9N2 were separately or jointly inoculated into specific pathogen-free embryonated chicken eggs and MDCK cells.
pIX([R]), ProBioGen's proprietary duck cell line for the production of vaccines and proteins has been developed by ProBioGen in cooperation with IDT Biologika GmbH to replace embryonated chicken eggs and chicken embryonic fibroblasts as substrate for production of human and animal vaccines.
CSL's influenza vaccine is a purified, inactivated, trivalent influenza vaccine propagated in embryonated chicken eggs.
The remaining 9 mice from each experimental group were exsanguinated on days 3, 6, and 9, and their lungs, brains, hearts and livers were collected for virus titration in embryonated chicken eggs.
Clearly, there is a need to quickly develop an effective vaccine, but current vaccine production methods are based on decades old technology that takes six to nine months to produce only a few doses of vaccine inside embryonated chicken eggs.
All calves remained healthy, but several animals shed low amounts of virus, detected by inoculation of nasal swab fluid into embryonated chicken eggs and onto MDCK cells.
We investigated the genomic mutations and heterogeneities of the novel influenza A(H10N8) virus during culture in embryonated chicken eggs and MDCK cells compared with the genome sequence obtained directly from the clinical specimen.
CSL's pandemic H1N1 influenza vaccine is a purified, inactivated, monovalent influenza virus propagated in embryonated chicken eggs.
The vaccine is prepared from influenza vaccine viruses that are propagated in embryonated chicken eggs.
Virus was isolated by using 10-day-old specific pathogen-free embryonated chicken eggs.
The production in embryonated chicken eggs can only be automatized to a limited extent.
The viruses used in the vaccine are propagated in embryonated chicken eggs, collected via centrifugation and filtration, and inactivated with formaldehyde.