• Corpus ID: 35703059

Electron microscopy of tissue cultures infected with porcine polioencephalomyelitis virus.

  title={Electron microscopy of tissue cultures infected with porcine polioencephalomyelitis virus.},
  author={Adalbert Koestner and Louis Kasza and O R Kindig},
  journal={The American journal of pathology},
  volume={48 1},
An electron microscopic study of the intracellular development of echovirus 22
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The replicative cycle of echovirus 22 in tissue cultures of African green monkey kidney cells has been studied by electron microscopy and a well-defined cytoplasmic inclusion body could be demonstrated.
Cellular changes associated with persistent hepatitis A infectionin vitro
Immunoperoxidase studies showed that hepatitis A antigen (HAAg) appeared as cytoplasmic granules approximately one third of the way through the exponential phase in infected cells, and radioimmunoassay demonstrated an increase in HAAg per cell in the stationary phase.
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    International review of cytology
  • 1992
The annulate lamellae--from obscurity to spotlight.
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  • Biology
    Electron microscopy reviews
  • 1989
Annulate lamellae (porous cytomembranes): with particular emphasis on their possible role in differentiation of the female gamete.
Details about the structure, function, and morphogenesis of AL in the female gamete are considered in this chapter.
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Electron microscopic study of the canine transmissible venereal sarcoma at different stages of growth showed that tumors in a progressive phase of growth were comprised mostly of large, round cells with prominent nuclei and nucleoli, and regressing tumors had the fewest viable round cells, greater numbers of infiltrating leukocytes, and were comprised almost entirely of connective tissue in the latest stages of regression.