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  • adjective Containing an embryo

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  • The production of flu vaccine involves injecting a virus into embryonated chicken eggs, which are then incubated for days.

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  • Write to Jeanne Whalen at jeanne. whalen@wsj.com and Gautam Naik at gautam. naik@wsj.com Corrections & Amplifications The production of flu vaccine involves injecting a virus into embryonated chicken eggs, which are then incubated for days.

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  • Five hundred micrograms of gentamicin, a broad spectrum antibiotic, is added to each embryonated chicken egg to inhibit the growth of bacteria.

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  • The virus failed to grow in the allantoic cavity of 9-day-old embryonated chicken eggs, but was successfully propagated in the amniotic cavity of 8-day-old embryonated chicken eggs.

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  • APMV-5 Kunitachi virus is unusual in that it lacks a virion hemagglutinin and does not grow in the allantoic cavity of embryonated chicken eggs.

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  • The virus was isolated from the pooled nasal swabs in specific pathogen free embryonated chicken eggs

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  • The virus was isolated from the pooled nasal swabs in specific pathogen free embryonated chicken eggs

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  • APMV-5 Kunitachi virus is unusual in that it lacks a virion hemagglutinin and does not grow in the allantoic cavity of embryonated chicken eggs.

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  • In summary, APMV-5 Kunitachi strain differs significantly from all other APMVs in the following ways; (i) having isolated only from budgerigars, (ii) the presence of an HN protein with no HA activity, (iii) the inability to grow in the allantoic cavity of embryonated chicken eggs, (iv) the presence of unusually long

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  • However, the virus grew in the amniotic cavity of embryonated chicken eggs and in twelve different established cell lines and two primary cell cultures.

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