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Volume 13, Number 6—June 2007

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Tickborne Encephalitis in Naturally Exposed Monkey (Macaca sylvanus)

Jochen Süss*Comments to Author , Ellen Gelpi*†, Christine Klaus*, Audrey Bagon*, Elisabeth M. Liebler-Tenorio*, Herbert Budka*†, Bernhard Stark*‡, Werner Müller*§, and Helmut Hotzel*
Author affiliations: *Friedrich-Loeffler-Institute, Jena, Germany; †Medical University of Vienna, Austria; ‡Affenberg Salem, Bodensee, Germany; §Labor ALOMED, Radolfzell, Germany;

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A) Moderate perivascular inflammatory infiltrates and slight diffuse infiltration of brain parenchyma by mononuclear cells in basal ganglia (hematoxylin and eosin stain, bar = 110 μm). B) Immunohistochemical findings for tickborne encephalitis virus (TBEV): strong immunolabeling of cerebellar Purkinje cell perikaryon and apical dendrites (anti-TBEV, bar = 60 μm).

Figure. A) Moderate perivascular inflammatory infiltrates and slight diffuse infiltration of brain parenchyma by mononuclear cells in basal ganglia (hematoxylin and eosin stain, bar = 110 μm). B) Immunohistochemical findings for tickborne encephalitis virus (TBEV): strong immunolabeling of cerebellar Purkinje cell perikaryon and apical dendrites (anti-TBEV, bar = 60 μm).

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