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  • noun Plural form of reassortant.

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Examples

  • Typically those hybrids - called reassortants - are made up of six genes from the high-growth virus with two genes from the target virus, which in this case is the new H1N1.

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  • However, WHO's Collaborating Centres on influenza are working with various H5 strains to prepare high growth reassortants which could be used for vaccine production, in case of need.

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  • HAI titers were determined using 0. 5% chicken red blood cells and 4 HA units per well of A/California/2009, A/PR8 or H1N1 reassortants.

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  • The results indicate that VLPs can be developed into an effective vaccine, which can be rapidly produced and avoid the need to isolate high growth reassortants for egg-based production.

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  • The results indicate that VLPs can be developed into an effective vaccine, which can be rapidly produced and avoid the need to isolate high growth reassortants for egg-based production.

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  • The results indicate that VLPs can be developed into an effective vaccine, which can be rapidly produced and avoid the need to isolate high growth reassortants for egg-based production.

    PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles

  • HAI titers were determined using 0. 5% chicken red blood cells and 4 HA units per well of A/California/2009, A/PR8 or H1N1 reassortants.

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  • HAI titers were determined using 0. 5% chicken red blood cells and 4 HA units per well of A/California/2009, A/PR8 or H1N1 reassortants.

    PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles

  • The results indicate that VLPs can be developed into an effective vaccine, which can be rapidly produced and avoid the need to isolate high growth reassortants for egg-based production.

    PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles

  • HAI titers were determined using 0. 5% chicken red blood cells and 4 HA units per well of A/California/2009, A/PR8 or H1N1 reassortants.

    PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles

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