Measles virus infection and replication in undifferentiated and differentiated human neuronal cells in culture.

@article{McQuaid1998MeaslesVI,
  title={Measles virus infection and replication in undifferentiated and differentiated human neuronal cells in culture.},
  author={Stephen McQuaid and Scott Campbell and I. W. J. Wallace and Jane Kirk and S Louise Cosby},
  journal={Journal of virology},
  year={1998},
  volume={72 6},
  pages={5245-50}
}
Measles virus (MV) infection of the human central nervous system (CNS) typically involves widespread infection of neurons. However, little is known about how they become infected, how defective virus arises and accumulates, or how virus spreads among the cells of the CNS. In vitro studies of viral interactions with human neuronal cells may contribute to the resolution of such issues. In mixed cultures containing differentiated human neuronal (hNT2) cells and neuroepithelial cells… CONTINUE READING
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