Binding of western equine encephalomyelitis virus to brush border fragments isolated from mesenteronal epithelial cells of mosquitoes.

Abstract

Brush border fragments (BBF) were isolated from mesenteronal epithelial cells of mosquitoes that are either susceptible (WS Culex tarsalis) or refractory (WR Cx. tarsalis; Culex pipiens) to peroral infection by western equine encephalomyelitis (WEE) virus. The isolated BBF were combined with radiolabeled WEE virus in a binding assay to compare the amount of… (More)

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@article{Houk1990BindingOW, title={Binding of western equine encephalomyelitis virus to brush border fragments isolated from mesenteronal epithelial cells of mosquitoes.}, author={E. J. Houk and Y M Arcus and James Hardy and Laura D Kramer}, journal={Virus research}, year={1990}, volume={17 2}, pages={105-17} }