Apoptosis in rabbit haemorrhagic disease.

@article{Jung2000ApoptosisIR,
  title={Apoptosis in rabbit haemorrhagic disease.},
  author={J. Y. Jung and Beom Jun Lee and Joo Ho Tai and J. H. Park and Y S Lee},
  journal={Journal of comparative pathology},
  year={2000},
  volume={123 2-3},
  pages={
          135-40
        }
}
Rabbit haemorrhagic disease virus (RHDV) causes an acute hepatitis and disseminated intravascular coagulation. Six rabbits were inoculated experimentally with RHDV to investigate any potential relationship between infection and apoptosis in the liver. Two rabbits were killed at 12 h post-inoculation (PI) and two at 24 h PI. The remaining two rabbits died at 30 h and 31 h PI. Immunohistochemical labelling for RHDV antigen-positive cells, TUNEL assay for apoptotic cells, and DNA analysis were… 

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