Vesicular-Stomatitis-Virus (Stamm Indiana) - Cytopathische Veränderungen in der Gewebekultur (HEp-2)

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Title
Vesicular-Stomatitis-Virus (Stamm Indiana) - Cytopathische Veränderungen in der Gewebekultur (HEp-2)
Alternative Title
Vesicular-Stomatitis-Virus (Stamm Indiana) - Cytopathological Changes in the Tissue Culture (Mice Fibroblasts and HEp-2)
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E 1140
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Release Date
1967
Language
Silent film
Producer
IWF
Production Year
1966

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Film, 16 mm, 88 m ; SW, 8 min

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Abstract
Zytopathische Effekte des Virus auf menschliche epitheliale Zellen post infectionem. Im einzelnen wird auf die Zytoplasmaretraktion, auf die Kernpyknose, Pseudopodienentstehung und Zytolyse eingegangen. Trotz Infektion bleiben die Mitosen sichtbar.
The film shows the cythopathic changes of human epithelial cells (HEp-2) in tissue culture after infection with vesicular stomatitis virus. The virus infection initially causes retraction of the cytoplasm and minor pyknosis of the nucleus. Later on blister movements are seen, and extended filamentous protrusions of the cell membrane develop. These connect the remnants of the cell, which is shrinking increasingly, with the bottom of the culture vessel.
Keywords Viruskrankheiten / Physiopathologie cytopathischer Effekt (CPE) zytopathogene Effekte, virusale Vesicular-Stromatits-Virus Blisterbewegung cytopathic effect (CPE) blister movement vesicular stomatitis virus virus diseases / physiopathology cythopathic effects, viral Encyclopaedia Cinematographica

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