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Destruction of Salmonella typhimurium and Staphylococcus aureus in poultry products cooked in a conventional and microwave oven.
Relative Effects of Ultraviolet and Visible Light on the Activities of Corn Earworm and Beet Armyworm (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) Nucleopolyhedroviruses
Inactivation of hepatitis B virus in plasma by hospital in-use chemical disinfectants assessed by a modified HepG2 cell culture
PRD1, an icosahedra-shaped, 62 nm (diameter), double-stranded DNA bacteriophage with an internal membrane, has emerged as an important model virus for studying the manner in which microorganisms are transported through a variety of groundwater environments. The popularity of this phage for use in transport studies involving geologic media is due, in part, to its relative stability over a range of temperatures and low degree of attachment in aquifer sediments. Laboratory and field investigations employing PRD1 are leading to a better understanding of viral attachment and transport behaviors in saturated geologic media and to improved methods for describing mathematically subsurface microbial transport at environmentally...
Evaluation of different methods of inactivation of Newcastle disease virus and avian influenza virus in egg fluids and serum.
Modulation of ATPase activity of avian myeloblastosis virus with Ca super(2+), ATP & its reaction products.
Efficacy of inactivated infectious bursal disease (IBD) vaccines: comparison of serology with protection of progeny chickens against IBD virus strains of varying virulence
Mechanism of inhibition of avian myeloblastosis virus reverse transcriptase by a dialdehyde derivative of ATP: Inactivation of essential sulfhydryl group function.
Coronavirus IBV: Virus retaining spike glycopolypeptide S2 but not S1 is unable to induce virus-neutralizing or haemagglutination-inhibiting antibody, or induce chicken tracheal protection.
Importance of 3' non-coding sequences for efficient retrovirus-mediated gene transfer in avian cells revealed by self-inactivating vectors.