The latency model of pseudorabies virus (PrV) wild strain, YS-81, in mice was established and latent PrV reactivated with acetylcholine. The latent PrV was reactivated from the trigeminal ganglia with acetylcholine. It was found that this model is useful in investigating the mechanism of latent PrV reactivation by acetylcholine.
Lumen formation is important for morphogenesis; however, an unanswered question is whether it involves the collective migration of epithelial cells. Here, using a collagen gel overlay culture method, we show that Madin-Darby canine kidney cells migrated collectively and formed a luminal structure in a collagen gel. Immediately after the collagen gel… (More)