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Geno/Grinder Used in Vaccine Research

Friday, September 11, 2020

Author: SPEX SamplePrep

 

Methods and isolation procedures of influenza viruses in vaccine research labs are critical. These procedures are used to obtain a live and infectious virus that can be used for characterization, investigation and vaccine production. In a recent publication, procedures are outlined for the isolation of Swine Influenza A Virus from specimens such as lung or tracheal tissues processed in a tissue homogenizer such as the Geno/Grinder, these are then further studied in Cell Cultures and Embryonated Chicken Eggs.
The article has been published in Springer Protocols (Methods in Molecular Biology).

Click here to find out more about this study: Isolation of Swine Influenze A Virus in Cell Cultures and Embryonated Chicken Eggs