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From: Localization of deformed wing virus (DWV) in the brains of the honeybee, Apis mellifera Linnaeus

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Detection of the genome and antigenome of DWV in the optic lobe, the antenna lobe and the subesophageal ganglion of honeybee brains. In-situ hybridization of DWV positive bee brains with antisense probes (A, B, D, E, G, H) and sense probes (C, F). A, optic lobe from bee#3 with antisense probe, 4×; B, optic lobe from bee#5 with antisense probe, 4×; C, optic lobe from bee#3 with sense probe, 4×; D, optic lobe from bee#2 with antisense probe, 4×; E, antenna lobe from bee #5 with antisense probe, 4×; F, antenna lobe from bee #5 with sense probe, 4×; G, magnification of E, 10×; H, subesophageal ganglion from bee #3 with antisense probe, 4×; bar = 100 μm. The notation Me in panels A, B, C, and D identifies the crescent shaped medulla region of the brain.

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