Differential localization of viral antigen in spleens of primed and mock primed Cl13 infected mice.
2015-01-08T03:30:01Z (GMT) by
<p>C57Bl6/J mice (n = 3/group) were primed, infected and spleens were harvested as in <a href="http://www.plospathogens.org/article/info:doi/10.1371/journal.ppat.1004588#ppat-1004588-g004" target="_blank">Fig. 4</a> at 72 hours post-infection. Spleens were flash frozen in OCT and 6–8 µm sections were prepared and stained with a guinea pig serum to LCMV GPC (green). Splenic microarchitecture was assessed by visualization of mellalophilic macrophages using anti mouse MOMA-1 antibodies (red). Sections from two mice/group are shown here and are representative of the group as a whole. Data are from one of two independent experiments.</p>