Pseudorabies Virus Variant in Bartha-K61–Vaccinated Pigs, China, 2012
, Jin-Mei Peng1
, Zhi-Jun Tian1
, Hong-Yuan Zhao, Na Li, Yi-Min Liu, Jia-Zeng Chen, Chao-Liang Leng, Yan Sun, Dan Chang, and Guang-Zhi Tong
Author affiliations: Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, Harbin, China (T.-Q. An, J.-M. Peng, H.-Y. Zhao, N. Li, Y.-M. Liu, J.-Z. Chen, C.-L. Leng, Y. Sun, D. Chang, Z.-J. Tian, G.-Z. Tong); Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, Shanghai, China (G.-Z. Tong)
Figure 4. . Brain tissue of an unvaccinated control pig (A) and pig inoculated with pseudorabies virus strain HeN1 (B). Arrows indicate lymphocyte infiltration around the small blood vessels in the brain cortex. Original magnification ×100.
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