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The Future of Virology: Virology in the 21st Century
Lynn Enquist, Princeton University
Preparation of Viral DNA from Nucleocapsids
Submandibular ganglion cells, expressing G-CaMP2 delivered by PRV369
Time-lapse microscopy recording of mitochondria in axons of mock infected SCG neurons
Time-lapse microscopy recording of mitochondria in axons of wild type PRV infected SCG neurons
Live cell imaging of mitochondria and PRV capsids in axons of infected SCG neurons
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The Brain to Pancreatic Islet Neuronal Map Reveals Differential Glucose Regulation from Distinct Hypothalamic Regions.
Defensive Perimeter in the Central Nervous System: Predominance of Astrocytes and Astrogliosis during Recovery from Varicella-Zoster Virus Encephalitis.
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