Electron microscopy
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Electron microscopy

Immunoelectron microscopy of TPA and sodium butyrate induced P3HR-1 cells using monoclonal antibody against the gp110 viral envelop glycoprotein. 48 hours after induction the envelop protein is detected on the surface of the viral particle.

EBV immunoelectron microscopy

Immunoelectron microscopy of TPA and sodium butyrate induced P3HR-1 cells using monoclonal antibody against the gp110 viral envelop glycoprotein. 48 hours after induction the envelop protein is detected on the surface of the viral particle.

EBV ribonucleotide reductase

Immuno electronmicroscopy of TPA and sodium butyrate induced P3HR-1 cells using monoclonal antibody against the 85 kDa viral ribonucleotide reductase. 36 hours after induction the viral protein shown to be localized around the microtubules. Arrows indicate the gold staining with the antibody.

HHV-6 gp 60/110

HHV-6 budding from the infected cells are labeled with monoclonal antibodies to gp60/110 (antibody H-AR-2). The monoclonal antibodies are detected with gold labeled (20 micron) anti-mouse antibodies. The gold labeled antibodies are detecting the enveloped virus budding from the cells.

HHV-6 gp 60/110 cytoplasm

Viral envelop gp60/110 detected around the viral nucleo capsid by antibody (antibody H-AR-2) in the cytoplasm of the infected cell. The monoclonal antibodies are detected with gold labeled (20 micron) anti-mouse antibodies.

HHV-7 in liver biopsy 10

Electron microscopic picture of a patient’s liver biopsy showing HHV-7 engulfed by a large lysosome. The bar represents 10 micron. HHV-7 has been identified by PCR and in situ hybridization. Next picture shows the enlarged area of the lysosome.

HHV-7 in liver biopsy 1

Electron microscopic picture of a patient’s liver biopsy showing HHV-7 engulfed by a large lysosome. The bar represents 1 micron.