Über eine durch grüne Meerkatzen (Cercopithecus aethiops) übertragene, zu Gliaknötchenencephalitis führende Infektionskrankheit (“Marburger Krankheit”)

  title={{\"U}ber eine durch gr{\"u}ne Meerkatzen (Cercopithecus aethiops) {\"u}bertragene, zu Gliakn{\"o}tchenencephalitis f{\"u}hrende Infektionskrankheit (“Marburger Krankheit”)},
  author={H. Jacob and Hanns Solcher},
  journal={Acta Neuropathologica},
SummaryReport is given on the neuropathological findings in lethal cases of a severe exanthematous infectious disease which occurred in August to September 1967 in Marburg (Germany) and which was transmitted to man by green long-tailed monkeys from Uganda (cercopithecus aethiops). Two lethal cases showed typical clinical signs of a subacute comatous encephalitis. The histological picture was that of a panencephalitis with glial nodules (“Gliaknötchenencephalitis”) and slight perivasal… 
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Die Ubertragungsversuche mit dem Virus der Encephalitis epidemica japonica reichen bia in die groSe Epidemiezeit des Jahres I924 ~ priick bemerkbar, dann treten der Reihe nach hangende Ohren.
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