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Volume 3, Number 3—September 1997

Synopsis

Borna Disease Virus Infection in Animals and Humans

Jürgen A. Richt*Comments to Author , Isolde Pfeuffer*, Matthias Christ*, Knut Frese†, Karl Bechter‡, and Sibylle Herzog*
Author affiliations: *Institut für Virologie, Giessen, Germany; †Institut für Veterinär-Pathologie, Giessen, Germany; and ‡Universität Ulm, Günzburg, Germany

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Figure 1

Immunohistologic analysis of consecutive brain sections from the cerebral cortex of horse #215 with A) the monoclonal antibody Bo18, specific for the p38/p39 BDV-protein and B) a rabbit monospecific serum, specific for the p24 BDV-protein. Immunoreactive neurons are only detected with the p24-specific antiserum. Papa-nicolaou-counterstain, x130.

Figure 1. Immunohistologic analysis of consecutive brain sections from the cerebral cortex of horse #215 with A) the monoclonal antibody Bo18, specific for the p38/p39 BDV-protein and B) a rabbit monospecific serum, specific for the p24 BDV-protein. Immunoreactive neurons are only detected with the p24-specific antiserum. Papa-nicolaou-counterstain, x130.

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