Comparative study of mouse brains infected with Japanese encephalitis virus by intracerebral or intraperitoneal inoculation.

@article{Hase1990ComparativeSO,
  title={Comparative study of mouse brains infected with Japanese encephalitis virus by intracerebral or intraperitoneal inoculation.},
  author={T Hase and Doria R Dubois and Peter Summers},
  journal={International journal of experimental pathology},
  year={1990},
  volume={71 6},
  pages={857-69}
}
The brains of mice infected with Japanese encephalitis (JE) virus by intracerebral inoculation (IC), intraperitoneal inoculation with sham intracerebral inoculation (IP+sIC), and intraperitoneal inoculation (IP) were studied by light and electron microscopy. The mortality rates and mean survival days were 100% and 4.8 days for the IC group, 92% and 9.0 days for the IP+sIC group, and 58% and 13.4 days for the IP group. Accordingly, the brain samples of sick mice were examined by light and… CONTINUE READING