Viruses | Free Full-Text | Evaluation of Virus Inactivation by Formaldehyde to Enhance Biosafety of Diagnostic Electron...
... and the detection of viruses. To examine the efficiency of FA inactivation, we used Vaccinia virus, Human adenovirus and Murine ... However, published experimental data that demonstrate virus inactivation by these fixation procedures are lacking. Usually, ... Our results show that FA inactivation at low temperature (4 °C) bears a high risk of incomplete inactivation. Higher ... C after 30 min was efficient for the complete inactivation of all test viruses, and therefore has the potential to improve both ...http://www.mdpi.com/1999-4915/7/2/666
Scoopasia | Press Releases
... of appearance and prevalence of many new viruses is forecasted to offer new opportunities for the market for viral inactivation ... Viral Inactivation Market Estimated to Experience a Hike in Growth by 2025. , 22 December 2017 -- Viral Inactivation Market - ... The market for world viral inactivation was worth around US$ 3.05 bn in the year 2016, and is estimated to reach a value of ... North America to Continue to Play Dominant Role in the Market for Viral inactivation. In terms of geography, the market of ...http://news.scoopasia.com/index.php/news/viral_inactivation_market_estimated_to_experience_a_hike_in_growth_by_2025/
Disinfection of bacteria and pathogens in drinking water and wastewater
Pathogens include bacteria, viruses and fungi. In simpler terms, exposure of a particular disease causing organism to ...http://www.spectralinnovations.com/uv_technologies/uv_disinfection.htm
Dengue virus inactivation by minipool TnBP/Triton X-45 treatment of plasma and cryoprecipitate. | Sigma-Aldrich
Dengue virus inactivation by minipool TnBP/Triton X-45 treatment of plasma and cryoprecipitate.. [T Burnouf, M-L Chou, L-H ... The goal of this study was to determine the rate and extent of inactivation of dengue virus (DENV) during this process. DENV-1 ... A minipool solvent/detergent (S/D; 1% TnBP/1% Triton X-45; 31°C) process was developed for viral inactivation of plasma and ... Samples were taken right after spiking and during viral inactivation treatment by 1% TnBP-1% Triton X-45 at 31°C. DENV-1 ...https://www.sigmaaldrich.com/catalog/papers/22758375
Human Norovirus Replication in Human Intestinal Enteroids as Model to Evaluate Virus Inactivation - Volume 24, Number 8-August...
In contrast, complete inactivation of the 3 GII.4 viruses occurred at concentrations as low as 50 ppm of chlorine. Taken ... GII.4 viruses had higher replication levels than other genotypes. Regardless of concentration or exposure time, alcohols ... data confirm the successful replication of human noroviruses in HIEs and their utility as tools to study norovirus inactivation ... Keswick BH, Satterwhite TK, Johnson PC, DuPont HL, Secor SL, Bitsura JA, et al. Inactivation of Norwalk virus in drinking water ...https://wwwnc.cdc.gov/eid/article/24/8/18-0126_article
Assessing Photocatalytic Oxidation Using Modified TiO2 Nanomaterials for Virus Inactivation in Drinking Water: Mechanisms and...
... by analyzing virus inactivation kinetics, and by elucidating the inactivation mechanisms of adenovirus serotype 2 (AdV2) and ... The inactivation kinetics of AdV2 by P25 TiO2 is much slower than the MS2 inactivation kinetics and displays a strong shoulder ... This research focuses on improving virus inactivation by photocatalytic oxidation by modifying catalysts for improved activity ... Assessing Photocatalytic Oxidation Using Modified TiO2 Nanomaterials for Virus Inactivation in Drinking Water: Mechanisms and ...https://scholarship.rice.edu/handle/1911/71288
KAKEN - Research Projects | Virus Inactivation in Coagulants : Secondary Effect of Aluminum and Iron Coagulation Reactions ...
Journal Article] Virus Inactivation in Aluminum and Polyaluminum Coagulation2003. *. Author(s). Yoshihiko Matsui et al. ... Journal Article] Virus Inactivation in Aluminum and Polyaluminum Coagulation.2003. *. Author(s). Yoshihiko Matsui, Taku ... Virus Inactivation in Coagulants : Secondary Effect of Aluminum and Iron Coagulation Reactions. Research Project ... Mechanisms and kinetics of the virus inactivation were discussed. Our results suggest that intermediate polymers formed during ...https://kaken.nii.ac.jp/grant/KAKENHI-PROJECT-14350284/
Beta Propiolactone inactivation of virus (PLEASE HELP!!)
... jc john at rm101.demon.co.uk Sun Feb 4 16:38:50 EST 1996 *Previous ... Hi all PLEASE help me I'm looking for some confirmation or otherwise of the inactivation of HIV, HBV, and HCV by beta ... Does anybody know if it actually does inactivate these virus' (virrii!!). If so please email me some info as soon as possible ...http://www.bio.net/bionet/mm/virology/1996-February/005439.html
EP0196515A1 - Photodynamic inactivation of virus in therapeutic protein compositions - Google Patents
The resulting compositions are substantially free of infectious viruses. The method is applicable to the inactivation of ... the activity of the protein by exposing the compositon to light in the presence of a photosensitizer until the viruses are ... Viruses present in therapeutic protein compositions are inactivated without substantially affecting ... Virus inactivation in blood components by photoactive phenothiazine dyes. US4613501A (en) 1986-09-23. Inactivation of viruses ...https://patents.google.com/patent/EP0196515A1/en
Guidance for Thermal Inactivation of Hepatitis A virus in Berries
C for 1 minute to inactivate hepatitis A virus but recognise that the extent of virus inactivation is influenced by the food ... FSANZ Internet Publications Guidance for Thermal Inactivation of Hepatitis A virus in Berries ... and the Ministry for Primary Industries have developed the following guidance for the inactivation of hepatitis A virus in ... this report presents guidelines temperature/time equivalents for the inactivation of hepatitis A virus based on available ...http://www.foodstandards.gov.au/publications/Pages/Guidance-for-Thermal-Inactivation-of-Hepatitis-A-virus-in-Berries-.aspx
Rapid Bedside Inactivation of Ebola Virus for Safe Nucleic Acid Tests
... Maiken Worsøe Rosenstierne,. a Helen Karlberg,b Karoline ... Inactivation of Lassa, Marburg, and Ebola viruses by gamma irradiation. J Clin Microbiol 16:704-708. [PMC free article] [PubMed ... Inactivation of Ebola virus with a surfactant nanoemulsion. Acta Trop 87:315-320. doi:.10.1016/S0001-706X(03)00120-7 [PubMed] [ ... Virus inactivation by nucleic acid extraction reagents. J Virol Methods 119:195-198. doi:.10.1016/j.jviromet.2004.03.015 [ ...http://pubmedcentralcanada.ca/pmcc/articles/PMC5035422/
THE INACTIVATION OF CRYSTALLINE TOBACCO-MOSAIC VIRUS PROTEIN | Science
THE INACTIVATION OF CRYSTALLINE TOBACCO-MOSAIC VIRUS PROTEIN Message Subject. (Your Name) has forwarded a page to you from ...http://science.sciencemag.org/content/83/2165/626
Kinetics of inactivation of waterborne enteric viruses by ozone - Infoscience
Second-order ozone inactivation rate constants (kO3-virus) of five enteric viruses (laboratory and two environmental strains of ... The kO3-Virus of all tested viruses ranged from 4.5 x 105 to 3.3 x 106 M-1s-1. For MS2, kO3-MS2 only depended weakly on ... However, accurate and quantitative kinetic data regarding virus inactivation by ozone is scarce, due to the experimental ... Based on the measured kO3-Virus and typical ozone exposures applied in water and wastewater treatment, we conclude that ozone ...https://infoscience.epfl.ch/record/234514?ln=en
Virus removal and inactivation by iron (hydr)oxide-mediated Fenton-like processes under sunlight and in the dark - Infoscience
Both removal of viruses from solution via adsorption onto particles, as well as true inactivation were considered. Virus fate ... In the absence of sunlight or H2O2, no inactivation was observed, except for Fe3O4, which caused virus inactivation via a dark ... Exposure of particle-adsorbed viruses to sunlight and H2O2 resulted in efficient additional inactivation, whereas inactivation ... Adsorption to three of the particles investigated (α-FeOOH, Fe3O4, Fe(OH)3) caused virus inactivation of 12%, 41%, and 22%, ...https://infoscience.epfl.ch/record/186125
RNA interference mediated inactivation of hepatitis B virus in a subject - Patent # 8232257 - PatentGenius
... desired DNA sequences contained in hepatitis B virus (HBV) and that include nuclease domains are used for inactivation. Other ... inactivation of viral genomes. In one embodiment, zinc-finger proteins in which DNA binding sites are altered such that they ... embodiments for targeted inactivation of viral genomes use small nucleic acid molecules, such as short micro-RNA molecules or ... short hairpin RNA molecules capable of mediating RNA interference (RNAi) against the hepatitis B virus. ...http://www.patentgenius.com/patent/8232257.html
Role of Absolute Humidity in the Inactivation of Influenza Viruses on Stainless Steel Surfaces at Elevated Temperatures
However, virus inactivation rates on surfaces are likely a function of the surface on which the virus is deposited. Noyce et al ... Enveloped viruses, such as influenza virus, are thought to be less stable in the environment than nonenveloped viruses and more ... Thus, n = 4 corresponds to 4 log reductions in virus, which is equivalent to 0.01% of the virus surviving and a 99.99% virus ... Surface inactivation for viruses with structural lipids may be due to denaturing of the lipoproteins found in enveloped viruses ...http://pubmedcentralcanada.ca/pmcc/articles/PMC2893471/
Inactivation of particle-associated viruses by UV | Journal of Water Supply: Research and Technology-Aqua | IWA Publishing
Inactivation of particle-associated viruses by UV J. Y. Hu J. Y. Hu ... J. Y. Hu, X. N. Chu, P. H. Quek, Y. Y. Feng, X. L. Tan; Inactivation of particle-associated viruses by UV. Journal of Water ... J. Y. Hu, X. N. Chu, P. H. Quek, Y. Y. Feng, X. L. Tan; Inactivation of particle-associated viruses by UV. Journal of Water ... Based on this assumption, a model was derived for describing the measured inactivation of particle-associated viruses exposed ...https://iwaponline.com/aqua/article-abstract/56/6-7/393/28903/Inactivation-of-particleassociated-viruses-by-UV
mAbs | Buffer Prep
Step 2: Virus Inactivation. Next Step > Explore the Sartorius Platforms for Biomanufacturing. ...https://www.sartorius.com/us-en/applications/biopharmaceutical-manufacturing/mabs/mabs-downstream/mabs-buffer-prep
SUBCELLULAR LIFE FORMS.: Effective Chemical Inactivation of Ebola Virus
To evaluate efficacy of methods of chemical inactivation, we compared in vitro and in vivo approaches using Ebola virus as a ... Reliable inactivation of specimens before removal from high-level biocontainment is crucial for safe operation. ... Consequently, we have established parameters and protocols leading to reliable and effective inactivation (read more) ...http://subcellular.blogspot.com/2016/04/effective-chemical-inactivation-of.html
Genetic Inactivation of COPI Coatomer Separately Inhibits Vesicular Stomatitis Virus Entry and Gene Expression | Journal of...
Virus-Cell Interactions. Genetic Inactivation of COPI Coatomer Separately Inhibits Vesicular Stomatitis Virus Entry and Gene ... The IFITM proteins mediate cellular resistance to influenza A H1N1 virus, West Nile virus, and dengue virus. Cell 139:1243-1254 ... Cells and virus were incubated for 1 h at 4°C, and unbound virus was removed by washing. The quantity of attached virus ... D) Virus attachment. CHO cells were exposed to the indicated quantity of VSV REN-P at 4°C for 1 h, and unbound virus was ...https://jvi.asm.org/content/86/2/655
Human cytomegalovirus reactivation from latency: validation of a "switch" model in vitro | Virology Journal | Full Text
The mechanisms which make the virus able to reactivate from latency are still matter of intense study. However, the very low ... Viral DNA evaluation was performed with viable and UV-inactivated virus by q-Real-Time PCR. RNA extracted from latency and ... number of peripheral blood monocytes (an important latent virus reservoir) harbouring HCMV DNA makes it very difficult to ... categories of individuals upon primary infection or the symptomatic reactivation of the endogenous virus. ...https://virologyj.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s12985-016-0634-z
Modelling effect of physical and chemical parameters on heat inactivation kinetics of hepatitis A virus in a fruit model system...
... of hepatitis A virus (HAV), taken as model because of its reported heat resistance. Sucrose content (28-52 degrees Brix), ... calcium concentration (90-1700 mg kg(-1)) and pH (3.3-4.3) were selected for possible influence on thermal inactivation of HAV ... approach using response surface methodology provides a rapid answer to heat resistance evaluation of a food-borne virus as a ... heat inactivation of viruses in food has been poorly investigated. Experiments were carried out to characterize the effects of ...https://www.semanticscholar.org/paper/Modelling-effect-of-physical-and-chemical-on-heat-A-Deboos%C3%A8re-Legeay/f81474d27231e5bb016e75d36e44a8be24d7fa37
"The Impact of Capsid Proteins on Virus Removal and Inactivation During" by Brooke K. Mayer, Yu Yang et al.
Capsid composition did not correlate strongly to virus removal during physicochemical treatment, nor did virus size. ... and the amino acid tyrosine appears to strongly influence virus inactivation. ... Although genomic damage is likely more extensive than protein damage for viruses treated using UV, proteins are still ... Isoelectric point may play a role in virus removal, but additional factors are likely to contribute. ...https://epublications.marquette.edu/civengin_fac/137/
USDA APHIS | CT terrestrial mar sept08
FMD virus inactivation procedures (pdf) (rtf). No comments submitted. FMD virus inactivation procedures (pdf). ... Guidelines for the Inactivation of the Avian Influenza Virus (pdf) (rtf). Guidelines for the Inactivation of the Avian ... Influenza Virus (pdf) (rtf). Guidelines for the Inactivation of the Avian Influenza Virus (pdf). ...https://www.aphis.usda.gov/aphis/ourfocus/animalhealth/export/international-standard-setting-activities-oie/CT_terrestrial_mar_sept08
von Willebrand Disease - GeneReviews® - NCBI Bookshelf
Virus inactivation procedures eliminate potential pathogens.. *. Recombinant VWF Vonvendi® was licensed for use in adults (18+ ...https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK7014/