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Live cell imaging of mitochondria and PRV capsids in axons of infected SCG neurons
Time-lapse microscopy recording of mitochondria in axons of HSV-1 KOS infected SCG neurons
Time-lapse microscopy recording of mitochondria in axons of PRV gB-null (HF22A) infected SCG neurons
Time-lapse microscopy recording of intracellular Ca2+ flux in mock infected SCG neuron cell bodies
Time-lapse microscopy recording of intracellular Ca2+ flux in wild type PRV infected SCG neuron cell bodies
Time-lapse microscopy recording of mitochondria in axons of PRV Miro1 (GFP-Miro1 expressing) infected SCG neurons
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pubmed: lynn enquist
The number of alphaherpesvirus particles infecting axons and the axonal protein repertoire determines the outcome of neuronal infection.
Investigating the biology of alpha herpesviruses with mass spectrometry-based proteomics.
Axonal spread of neuroinvasive viral infections.
Cellular Mechanisms of Alpha Herpesvirus Egress: Live Cell Fluorescence Microscopy of Pseudorabies Virus Exocytosis.
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