Cytomegalovirus in the parotid gland of a slow loris, Nyctecibus coucang.

  • Bernard Tandler
  • Published 1997 in Journal of submicroscopic cytology and pathology

Abstract

Sporadic enlarged cells with both nuclear and cytoplasmic viruses were found in the intralobular ducts of the parotid salivary gland of an adult female slow loris; these ducts are homologous to striated ducts in the salivary glands of other primates. The duct cell nuclei contained reticular inclusions and virions in all stages of development. Cytoplasmic… (More)

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@article{Tandler1997CytomegalovirusIT, title={Cytomegalovirus in the parotid gland of a slow loris, Nyctecibus coucang.}, author={Bernard Tandler}, journal={Journal of submicroscopic cytology and pathology}, year={1997}, volume={29 3}, pages={423-6} }