Pathology of rotavirus infection in suckling mice: A study by conventional histology, immunofluorescence, ultrathin sections, and scanning electron microscopy
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Coelho, K. I.R.
Bryden, A. S.
Flewett, T. H.
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Pathologic changes induced in the small intestine of suckling mice by rotavirus infection were studied by conventional histology, immunofluorescence, scanning electron microscopy, and electron microscopy of ultrathin sections. Infection could be detected within 24 hours in a few mice, but after 2 days it was well established. Swollen, often vacuolated infected cells were found on the sides and tips of villi from which they rapidly became detached; microvilli showed variable irregularity. Immature enterocytes from crypts replaced lost infected cells. By the tenth day very few infected cells could still be found. Both tubular structures and spherical particles occurred in the infected cells. Only tubular structures were found in nuclei. © 1981 Informa UK Ltd All rights reserved: reproduction in whole or part not permitted.
Gastroenteritis, Ileum, Mouse, Rotavirus, Scanning
Ultrastructural Pathology, v. 2, n. 1, p. 59-80, 1981.