Studies on the Entry and Egress of Poliomyelitic Infection : I. Neutrotropic Infection of the Peripheral Ganglia in Apparently Healthy Monkeys following Casual Exposure.


In rhesus and cynomolgus monkeys without signs or symptoms of poliomyelitis, a comparison of the incidence, numbers, size, and character of lesions in certain peripheral ganglia (gasserian, nodose, superior cervical sympathetic, and celiac) was made between 9 "new" animals sacrificed 1 to 3 days after arrival in a laboratory devoted exclusively to… (More)