2 edition of Intranuclear inclusions in yellow fever found in the catalog.
Intranuclear inclusions in yellow fever
Edmund Vincent Cowdry
|Other titles||American journal of hygiene.|
|Statement||by E. V. Cowdry ... and S. F. Kitchen ....|
|Contributions||Kitchen, S. F.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||227-299.,  leaves of plate :|
|Number of Pages||299|
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Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link) () The Williams&Wilkins Company Baltimore Cowdry and Kitchen, (March) E.V. Cowdry, S.F. Kitchen, Intranuclear inclusions in yellow fever Am. J. Hyg. () (March) Cowdry, (February) E.V. Cowdry, Identification of inclusions in virus diseases Am. J. Clin. Path. () (February) Howard and Schultz
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A very detailed account of the intranuclear inclusions occurring in the liver cells of monkeys and human beings infected with yellow fever [see this Bulletin, Vol. 26, p. ], together with a comparison of the inclusions with those in cases of herpes, chickenpox, submaxillary disease and Virus III.
The paper should be read in its entirety by those interested in the subject, as it includes A further account of these inclusions which were found in 31 out of 43 Macacus rhesus infected with Brazilian and African strains of yellow fever, whilst they were no: seen in 6 normal monkeys as well as nine others injected with miscellaneous material.
The appearance of these bodies has been previously described [ante, p. ], but in the present article the author records differences between The method of microincineration consists of incinerating Intranuclear inclusions in yellow fever book sections after suitable fixation, and studying the mineral ash left deposited on the slide.
The author has applied this method to the liver cells of normal monkeys and others infected with yellow fever. The alterations in the size and shape of the nuclei and in the basophilic chromatin and in the nucleolus can be followed in This valuable monograph contains a complete summary of the author's observations since his original paper, in which he first called attention to the significance of intranuclear inclusions in the liver cells of monkeys infected with yellow fever [see this Bulletin, Vol.
26, p. ], It is rather unfortunate that this characteristic oxychromatic degeneration, although nearly always present in The Microincineration of Intranuclear Inclusions in Yellow Fever * E.
Cowdry * Aided by a grant from the Rockefeller Foundation for research in virus :// The author re-examined a large number of his old sections of human yellow fever livers, and in only one instance were intranuclear bodies found. These were in the liver from a West African case of the disease, which from its general appearance suggested a very acute attack.
The author is of the opinion that the intranuclear bodies are the result of nuclear degeneration, but it remains to be adshelp[at] The ADS is operated by the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory under NASA Cooperative Agreement NNX16AC86A Torres Bodies Viral inclusion bodies are product of their replication,which is taken by the virologist as an important identification factor of individual virus.
It may be intranuclear as well as intracytoplasmic,below are some examples, INTRANUCLEAR INCLUSION BODIES 1. Cowdry type A: Herpes viridiae 2. Cowdry type B: Entero viridae (Polio,Coxsackie) bodies: Yellow fever virus Diseases → viral infections such as viral hepatitis and yellow fever.
Henderson Peterson bodies  Type → intracytoplasmic inclusions. Diseases → Molluscum Contagiosum disease caused by Pox viruses spinous and corneum of the infected epithelium. Morphology → large ellipsoid, homogenous, which are nuclear and cytoplasmic aggregates :// Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): g (external link) Yellow fever (YF) is an infectious, non-contagious disease caused by a RNA virus of the family Flaviviridae (that cause dengue and other hemorrhagic fevers), which is transmitted to man by the bite of hematophagous mosquitoes.
First described in the Caribbean, yellow fever is the oldest known viral hemorrhagic The acidophilic cytoplasmic bodies resemble the Councilman bodies more generally associated with yellow fever (see Flaviviruses and Fig.
Rod shaped or round eosinophilic intranuclear inclusions are evident in the nuclei. Considerable progress has been made From 75 to 85 per cent. of the parenchymatous liver cells contain intranuclear inclusions.
All the stages of the formation of intranuclear inclusions seen in the liver cells of monkeys with yellow fever as described by COWDRYand KITCHEN (), may be observed in the liver of the hedgehog (Plate Figs.
3 and 4). Cowdry EV. The Microincineration of Intranuclear Inclusions in Yellow Fever. Am J Pathol. Mar; 9 (2)– [PMC free article] Covell WP, Danks WB. Studies on the Nature of the Negri Body. Am J Pathol. Sep; 8 (5)– [PMC free article] Danks WB.
A Histochemical Study by Microincineration of the Inclusion Body of :// In experimental yellow fever virus encephalomyelitis of adult albino mice, the occurrence of intranuclear inclusions within nerve cells, in particular, within spinal and Cowdry EV.
The Microincineration of Intranuclear Inclusions in Yellow Fever. Am J Pathol. Mar; 9 (2)– [PMC free article] Rector LE, Rector EJ. The Microincineration of Herpetic Intranuclear Inclusions. Am J Pathol. Sep; 9 (5)– [PMC free article] Topics: Microbiology, QR, Science, Q, DOAJ:Microbiology, DOAJ:Biology, DOAJ:Biology and Life Sciences, Arctic :// In der Prodromalphase des Gelbfiebers bilden die acidophilen hyalinen Nekrosen der Kupfferschen Sternzellen die frühesten histopathologischen Zeichen der Infektion.
Während der klinisch manifesten Phase des experimentellen Gelbfiebers stützt sich die histopathologische Diagnose auf die Anwesenheit von Councilman-Körperchen in der Leber, welche für die Gelbfieberinfektion pathognomonisch :// INTRANUCLEAR INCLUSIONS IN YELLOW FEVER.
Science. Mar 1; 69 ()– [Google Scholar] Associated Data Supplementary Materials Articles from Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America are provided here courtesy of National 1. Am J Pathol. May;21(3) Intranuclear Inclusions in Panleukopenia of Cats: A Correlation with the Pathogenesis of the Disease and Comparison with Inclusions of Herpes, B-Virus, Yellow Fever, and ://.
The Microincineration of Herpetic Intranuclear Inclusions. Am J Pathol. Sep; 9 (5)– [PMC free article] Cowdry EV, Lucas AM, Fox H.
Distribution of Nuclear Inclusions in Wild Animals. Am J Pathol. Mar; 11 (2)– [PMC free article] Cowdry EV. The Microincineration of Intranuclear Inclusions in Yellow Yellow fever virus. Intracytoplasmic inclusion bodies (3) Rabies virus Smallpox virus Molluscum contagiosum.
Both intranuclear & intracytoplasmic inclusion bodies (1) Measles virus. Basophilic intranuclear inclusion bodies (2) Cytomegalovirus (owl eye) Adenovirus (Cowdry type B) Eosinophilic intranuclear inclusion bodies (2)Topics: LCC:Microbiology, LCC:QR, LCC:Science, LCC:Q, DOAJ:Microbiology, DOAJ:Biology, DOAJ:Biology and Life Sciences, LCC:Arctic ://