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Intranuclear inclusions of unknown pathogenic significance from diagnostic cases in three avian species


, : Intranuclear inclusions of unknown pathogenic significance from diagnostic cases in three avian species. Avian Diseases 37(1): 244-253

Intranuclear inclusions were observed with light microscopy in tissues from necropsy cases from three different species of birds. Because of the nature of these inclusions, the species affected, or their distribution, the inclusions were considered of unknown pathogenic significance. The inclusions were examined ultrastructurally. Parvovirus-like particles were observed in the intranuclear inclusions of pigeon hepatocytes and duodenal stromal cells from a quail. Finely granular eosinophilic intranuclear inclusion bodies from two unrelated pigeon cases were found to be composed of loosely organized filaments. One liver sample from a 16-week-old laying chicken had prominent eosinophilic hepatocellular intranuclear inclusions composed of electron-dense coarsely granular amorphous material.

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Accession: 002416184

PMID: 8383960

DOI: 10.2307/1591483

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