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Volume 17, Number 8—August 2011

Research

Novel Human Reovirus Isolated from Children with Acute Necrotizing Encephalopathy

Louise A. Ouattara, Francis Barin, Marie Anne Barthez, Bertrand Bonnaud, Philippe Roingeard, Alain Goudeau, Pierre Castelnau, Guy Vernet, Gláucia Paranhos-BaccalàComments to Author , and Florence Komurian-Pradel
Author affiliations: Author affiliations: Fondation Mérieux, Lyon, France (L.A. Ouattara, G. Vernet, G. Paranhos-Baccalà, F. Komurian-Pradel); Centre Hospitalier Universitaire Bretonneau (F. Barin, P. Roingeard, A. Goudeau); Institut National de la Santé et de la Recherche Médicale U966, Tours, France (F. Barin, P. Roingeard, A. Goudeau); Centre Hospitalier Universitaire, Clocheville, Tours (M.A. Barthez, P. Castelnau); bioMérieux SA, Marcy l’Etoile, France (B. Bonnaud)

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Figure 2

Electron microscopic images of the cytopathic effect induced in MRC5 cells by a reovirus isolate from throat specimens of patient 2, a 22-month-old girl with acute necrotizing ancephalopathy. N, nucleus; arrows indicate viral intracytoplasmic inclusions. Scale bars indicate 2 µm (A) or 0.2 µm (B).

Figure 2. Electron microscopic images of the cytopathic effect induced in MRC5 cells by a reovirus isolate from throat specimens of patient 2, a 22-month-old girl with acute necrotizing ancephalopathy. N, nucleus; arrows indicate viral intracytoplasmic inclusions. Scale bars indicate 2 µm (A) or 0.2 µm (B).

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