Spontaneous recovery from the encephalomyelitis in mice caused by street rabies virus.

@article{Jackson1989SpontaneousRF,
  title={Spontaneous recovery from the encephalomyelitis in mice caused by street rabies virus.},
  author={Alan C Jackson and D. Reimer and Samuel K. Ludwin},
  journal={Neuropathology and applied neurobiology},
  year={1989},
  volume={15 5},
  pages={
          459-75
        }
}
Recovery from rabies was studied in an experimental model. Young adult mice were inoculated in a hindlimb footpad with street rabies virus (fox salivary gland isolate). In a group of 62 mice, 97% developed clinical rabies with paresis of the extremities and spasticity, and 37% recovered with neurological sequelae. There was an acute inflammatory reaction in the brainstem and grey matter of the spinal cord, and degeneration of myelinated axons in the white matter of the cord and in the dorsal… CONTINUE READING
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