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of a liquid nitrogen freezer
ARP-1107 is the H9 cell line infected with human immunodeficiency virus 2 (HIV-2) MVP-11971 that was isolated from a German woman who was infected with HIV-2 in 1983 by a Senegalese man. The virus was isolated in 1987 and is the first of two HIV-2 isolates obtained from the same patient. The cell-free virus is available as ARP-803 and infected cells of the second isolate are available as ARP-1108. The H9 cell line was derived from the human T-cell line, HUT 78, as a single clone. Infected cells resemble HIV-1 IIIB-infected H9 cells, with some giant cell formation.
Growth Characteristics: ARP-1107 grows in suspension with a lymphoblast-like morphology. The virus was grown in peripheral blood lymphocytes for four months and then transferred to H9 cells. The virus will grow in Molt-4 or Jurkat cells after 1 to 2 months of adaptation.
Growth Medium: RPMI 1640 supplemented with
10% fetal bovine serum, 30 µM 2-mercaptoethanol, 600 mg per mL L-glutamine, 100 U per mL penicillin and
100 µg per mL streptomycin
ARP-1107 is negative for bacteria and fungi.
Each vial of ARP-1107 contains frozen cells growth medium containing 10% dimethyl sulfoxide (DMSO). Please
refer to the appropriate data sheet for lot-specific information.
Beyl, W., et al.
“AIDS Verursacht Durch HIV-2.” Münch med. Wschr. 129 (1987): 895-896.
Gürtler, L., J. Eberle and F. Deinhardt. “Preliminary Characterization
of an HIV-2 Isolate Derived from a German Virus Carrier.” Abstract 1662, Fourth
International conference on AIDS, Stockholm.
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