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From: Newcastle disease virus infection in chicken embryonic fibroblasts but not duck embryonic fibroblasts is associated with elevated host innate immune response

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Comparison of multicycle growth kinetics and progeny virus outputs of SS-10 and NH-10 strains on chicken embryo fibroblasts (CEFs) and duck embryo fibroblasts (DEFs). CEFs and DEFs were inoculated with SS-10 (a) and NH-10 (b) at a moi of 1, and cell supernatant was sampled at the time points indicated. Virus titers in the cell supernatant were determined in CEFs via plaque assay. SS-10 (c) and NH-10 (d) at a moi of 1 conferred higher levels of accumulation of P/V/W gene RNA in CEFs than in DEFs. Values represent averages of the results from three independent experiments with standard error bars. *p < .05, **p < .01, ***p < .001, as determined by an unpaired Student’s t-test

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