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Figure 6

From: Evidence that spontaneous reactivation of herpes virus does not occur in mice

Figure 6

Histology of ganglion grafts. (a) Hematoxylin and eosin (H & E) stained section of a freshly isolated trigeminal ganglion. The large neuron cell bodies (arrows) interspersed among a field of nerve fibers present the typical histologic appearance of the trigeminal ganglion. (original magnification 400×) (b) H & E stained section of a latent ganglion graft removed from a BALB/c scid mouse 45 days after grafting. In this section, neuron cell bodies (arrows) with typical morphology can be seen. (original magnification 400×) (c) H & E stained section of alatent ganglion graft removed from an immunocompetent BALB/c recipient 45 days after transplantation. Clusters of neuron cell bodies (arrows) with typical morphology can be seen. (original magnification 400×)

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