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Studying Infection from Tick Salivary Glands

News   Jan 30, 2019 | Original Story from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.

 
Studying Infection from Tick Salivary Glands

This confocal microscope image shows a cross section of a tick salivary gland infected with Langat virus (green). Two rounded structures on the right, called acini, are shown attached to a duct (yellow). The lower acinus is infected, as denoted by the green fluorescent signal. Credit: NIAID.

 
 
 

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