Filoviruses Infect Rhesus Macaque Synoviocytes In Vivo and Primary Human Synoviocytes In Vitro
June 02, 2020 | Histopathology
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The most commonly reported symptom of post-Ebola virus disease syndrome in survivors is arthralgia, yet involvement of the joints in acute or convalescent Ebola virus infection has not been well-characterized in human patients or animal models. By immunohistochemistry, we found that the lining synovial intima of the stifle (knee) is a target for acute infection by Ebola virus/Kikwit, Ebola virus/Makona-C05, and Marburg virus/Angola in the rhesus macaque model. Further, we demonstrate by histology, immunohistochemistry, RNAscope in situ hybridization, and transmission electron microscopy that synoviocytes of the stifle, shoulder, and hip are a target for mouse-adapted Ebola virus/Yambuku-Mayinga infection during acute disease in rhesus macaques... Read the full article at The American Journal of Pathology Blog.
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