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Volume 9, Number 7—July 2003

Research

West Nile Virus in Farmed Alligators

Debra L. Miller*Comments to Author , Michael J. Mauel*, Charles Baldwin*, Gary Burtle*, Dallas Ingram*, Murray E. Hines*, and Kendal S. Frazier*
Author affiliations: *University of Georgia, Tifton, Georgia, USA

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Figure 1

Perivascular changes observed within the brain of alligators infected with West Nile virus (400x). A. Perivascular infiltrates were composed of primarily lymphocytes, plasma cells, and macrophages in the hatchling alligator. B. Perivascular infiltrates were composed of primarily heterophils (arrows) in juvenile alligators.

Figure 1. Perivascular changes observed within the brain of alligators infected with West Nile virus (400x). A. Perivascular infiltrates were composed of primarily lymphocytes, plasma cells, and macrophages in the hatchling alligator. B. Perivascular infiltrates were composed of primarily heterophils (arrows) in juvenile alligators.

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