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Volume 18, Number 7—July 2012

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Probable Transmission of Coxsackie B3 Virus from Human to Chimpanzee, Denmark

Sandra C. Abel NielsenComments to Author , Tobias Mourier, Ulrik Baandrup, Tine Mangart Søland, Mads Frost Bertelsen, M. Thomas P. Gilbert, and Lars Peter Nielsen
Author affiliations: University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark (S.C.A. Nielsen, T. Mourier, M.T.P. Gilbert, L.P. Nielsen); Aalborg University, Aalborg, Denmark (U. Baandrup, L.P. Nielsen); Copenhagen Zoo, Copenhagen (T.M. Søland, M.F. Bertelsen); and Statens Serum Institut, Copenhagen (L.P. Nielsen)

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Figure 1

Postmortem tissue sections from chimpanzee with coxsackie virus B infection, Denmark. A) Myocardial section showing artifacts of freezing and a diffuse lymphocytic infiltration. Scale bar = 80 µm. B) Myocytic degeneration (arrows) is evident. Scale bar = 40 µm. C) CD3 marker reaction showing T lymphocytes. Scale bar = 40 µm.

Figure 1. . . Postmortem tissue sections from chimpanzee with coxsackie virus B infection, Denmark. A) Myocardial section showing artifacts of freezing and a diffuse lymphocytic infiltration. Scale bar = 80 µm. B) Myocytic degeneration (arrows) is evident. Scale bar = 40 µm. C) CD3 marker reaction showing T lymphocytes. Scale bar = 40 µm.

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