Citation: JIANG Jing-Ying, LI Xia, LI Hua, XING Dian-Lou, LI Jun-Feng. TheDistribution ofNon——inclusion BodyBacualovirusin Same Organs and Tissue CelLs of Penaeus orientalis .VIROLOGICA SINICA, 1997, 12(3) : 270.

TheDistribution ofNon——inclusion BodyBacualovirusin Same Organs and Tissue CelLs of Penaeus orientalis

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  • The distribution of baculovirus in stotnach and other 10 organs of Peaseus oricntalis naturally diseased and artificially infected was reported. The result showd that a larg number of virion was detected in circulatory blood cells, as well as in connective tissue cells and opidends of stomach, subcutaneous, gill and intestine, a certain number in lytnphoid organ cell, Cardiac muscle cells, hepatapancreatic cells, and a few in abddominal nerve, muscle cells, The virion invaded shrimps to a rather great extent, infected all main organs of body and first attacked loose connective tissue cells, epithelial cells and blood cells, then go to cardiac muscle cells and neurogliocytes.

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    Abstract: The distribution of baculovirus in stotnach and other 10 organs of Peaseus oricntalis naturally diseased and artificially infected was reported. The result showd that a larg number of virion was detected in circulatory blood cells, as well as in connective tissue cells and opidends of stomach, subcutaneous, gill and intestine, a certain number in lytnphoid organ cell, Cardiac muscle cells, hepatapancreatic cells, and a few in abddominal nerve, muscle cells, The virion invaded shrimps to a rather great extent, infected all main organs of body and first attacked loose connective tissue cells, epithelial cells and blood cells, then go to cardiac muscle cells and neurogliocytes.

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