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Establishing Immune Memory to Rabies in the CNS

Article   Feb 26, 2019 | by Rona Williamson

 
Establishing Immune Memory to Rabies in the CNS

This micrograph depicts the histopathologic changes associated with rabies encephalitis prepared using an H&E stain. Note the perivascular cuffing due to the perivascular accumulation of inflammatory cell infiltrates, i.e. lymphocytes and polymorphonuclear leukocytes. Credit: CDC/Dr. Daniel P. Perl [Public domain]

 
 
 

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