Crescimento e manutenção de linhagem celular Aedes albopictus clone C6/36 em diferentes meios
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Isolamento e crescimento
Arbovírus
Linhagem de células
Aedes albopictus, clone C6/36

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Barbosa ML, Rocco lray M, Felippe JMMS, Cruz AS. Crescimento e manutenção de linhagem celular Aedes albopictus clone C6/36 em diferentes meios. Rev Inst Adolfo Lutz [Internet]. 30º de dezembro de 1993 [citado 23º de abril de 2024];53(1-2):63-70. Disponível em: https://periodicos.saude.sp.gov.br/RIAL/article/view/36056

Resumo

A sensibilidade da linhagem de células Aedes albopictus, clone C6/36, para isolamento e crescimento de arbovírus, tem sido demonstrada por vários autores. O presente trabalho verificou, qual entre vários meios, nas mesmas condições, seria mais eficiente para cultivo de C6/36 e isolamento viral. O meio L-15 mostrou ser o melhor entre outros (MEM, DMEM e199), com mais rapidez no isolamento viral (DEN-l). Também, nesse meio, as amostras puderam ser observadas até o 14° dia, sem morte celular significativa. Os resultados recomendam o meio L-15 como o mais eficiente e econômico para os propósitos apresentados.

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Copyright (c) 1993 Maria Luisa, Barbosa, lray Maria Rocco, Julia M. M. Souza Felippe, Aurea Silveira Cruz

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