Erica C Taddeo

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Mumps virus (MuV), a rubulavirus of the paramyxovirus family, causes acute infections in humans. MuV has seven genes including a small hydrophobic (SH) gene, which encodes a type I membrane protein of 57 amino acid residues. The function of the SH protein is not clear, although its expression is not necessary for growth of MuV in tissue culture cells. It is(More)
The Golgi staining technique, also called the black reaction after the stain's color, was developed in the 1870s and 1880s in Italy to make brain cells (neurons) visible under the microscope [3]. Camillo Golgi developed the technique while working with nervous tissue, which required Golgi to examine cell structure under the microscope [3]. Golgi improved(More)
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