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Virologica Sinica, 05 (4) : 347, 1990
Inhibitory Effect of CSF-1 on Human Common Respiratory Tract Viruses in Vitro
Department of Microbiology
Nanjing Medical College
Nanjing 210002Department of Biochemistry
Nanjing University
Nanjing 210002
This paper reports the protective effect of human CSF-1 on human fibroblast cultures infected by viruses in vitro, that is, before virus challenge, the treatment of cell cultures with CSF-1 may result in the inhibition of virus replication and virus-induced cytopathy. The challenge viruses included 2 strains of HSV, 1 strain of influenza A_3 virus, 1 strain of ECHO-11 virus, 5 strains of different serotypes of adenovirus, 1 strain of rhinovirus and 1 strain of VSV. The activity of CSF-1 was specific, it was...
  Published online: 5 Dec 1990
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