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Virus Collection: Human adenovirus species D

Catalogue No.: 17081003v
Virus Name: Human adenovirus species D
ICTV Species Name: Human mastadenovirus D
Also Known As: Adenovirus D; HAdVD60a; HAdV60a; Adenovirus type 60a; Adenovirus; Human adenovirus; Human mastadenovirus D
Family: Adenoviridae
Genus: Mastadenovirus
Abbreviated Name: HAdVD60a
Strain Designation: Human/ENG/AIDS59/1992/60a[P37H20F60]
Sero/sub Type: 60a
Nucleic Acid: Double-stranded DNA
Hazard Group (ACDP): 2
Release Restrictions: Terms & Conditions of Supply of Microbial Pathogens: Safety
Genetically Modified: No
SAPO Hazard Group : 1
Preparation Details: This virus was produced in A549 cells. Cytopathic effects were observed from 4 days post-infection, when virus was harvested.
Host Cell Types: Hep-2; A549
GenBank Reference: JN162672
Originally Isolated: This virus was isolated in Hep-2 cells from faeces of an HIV-positive patient.
Depositor: Malcolm Guiver, Public Health Laboratory Manchester, Public Health England
Reference: Alkhalaf MA et al (2014)
Quality Control: Mycoplasma status: positive
Storage Conditions: Frozen virus stored below -70 °C.
Biosafety Responsibility: It is the responsibility of the customer to ensure that their facilities comply with biosafety regulations for their own country

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