The properties of emulsifiers that enhance the replication of viruses in cell cultures
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Some of a variety of commercial emulsifiers were capable of enhancing the sensitivity of mammalian cells in culture to infection with several viruses. Those viruses which were enhanced in their replication were single-stranded RNA viruses whereas the double-stranded viruses tested were non-responders. In addition, some cells lines, as compared to others, responded in a more sensitive manner to the active emulsifiers. © 1978.
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Lee, S., Rozee, K. R., Safe, S. H., & Crocker, J.