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Reproduction pp 143-227 | Cite as

Reproduction of Adenoviruses

  • Lennart Philipson
  • Uno Lindberg
Part of the Comprehensive Virology book series (CV)

Abstract

The name adenovirus was coined in 1956 (Enders et al., 1956) to designate a group of viruses isolated from the respiratory tracts of man and other animals. The first strains isolated were described in 1953 by Rowe et al. (1953) and in 1954 by Hilleman and Werner (1954). Today more than 80 different adenovirus serotypes have been isolated from a variety of animal species (Wadell, 1970), and all except the avian adenoviruses share one antigenic determinant. The human adenoviruses have been divided into subgroups on the basis of their ability to agglutinate rhesus monkey and rat erythrocytes (Rosen, 1960) and on the basis of their oncogenicity (Huebner et al., 1965). Each subgroup contains several serotypes characterized by type-specific antigens present in their capsids, as evidenced by hemagglutination-inhibition or neutralization tests.

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Viral mRNA Adenovirus Type Human Adenovirus Hamster Embryo Cell Empty Capsid 
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  • Lennart Philipson
    • 1
  • Uno Lindberg
    • 1
  1. 1.Department of Microbiology The Wallenberg LaboratoryUppsala UniversityUppsalaSweden

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