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(SBFSEM) stack of 65 serial sections from a PRV-infected mouse submandibular ganglion
(SBFSEM) stack comprising 100 serial sections from a PRV-infected mouse submandibular ganglion
(SBFSEM) stack comprising 150 serial sections from a mouse submandibular neuron
Virion component movements in axons within the chamber ring, using the Leica SP5 confocal microscope
Virion component dynamics entering post-synaptic cells inside the isolator chamber using the Leica SP5 confocal microscope
A differentiated PC12 cell body with multiple neurites infected with PRV GS443 (GFP-capsid) for 12 hours
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Open LED Illuminator: A Simple and Inexpensive LED Illuminator for Fast Multicolor Particle Tracking in Neurons.
Defensive perimeter in the central nervous system: predominance of infected astrocytes and astrogliosis during recovery from varicella-zoster virus encephalitis.
Remodeling nuclear architecture allows efficient transport of herpesvirus capsids by diffusion.
The number of alphaherpesvirus particles infecting axons and the axonal protein repertoire determines the outcome of neuronal infection.
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