Negri bodies
(na\'gre)
Masses of viruses or unassembled viral subunits found within the brain neurons of rabies-infected animals.

Microbiology. . 2009.

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  • Negri bodies — Micrograph with numerous rabies virions (small dark grey rod like particles) and Negri bodies, larger pathognomonic cellular inclusions of rabies infection …   Wikipedia

  • Negri bodies — oval or round inclusion bodies, seen in the cytoplasm and sometimes the processes of certain nerve cells in rabies; these are pathognomonic for the disease. Negri bodies (arrows) in cerebellar Purkinje cells in rabies encephalitis …   Medical dictionary

  • Negri bodies — Ne·gri bodies (naґgre) [Adelchi Negri, Italian physician, 1876–1912] see under body …   Medical dictionary

  • Negri — may refer to: Negri bodies, in microbiology or to a place: Negri, Bacău, a commune in Bacău County, Romania or to a number of people: Ada Negri, an Italian poet Adelaida Negri, an Argentinian Soprano Antonio Negri, a political philosopher Cesare… …   Wikipedia

  • Negri body — Ne·gri body nā grē n an inclusion body found in the nerve cells in rabies Negri Adelchi (1876 1912) Italian physician and pathologist. Negri conducted research in histology, hematology, cytology, protozoology, and hygiene. During histological… …   Medical dictionary

  • negri body — ˈnāgrē noun Usage: usually capitalized N Etymology: after Adelchi Negri died 1912 Italian physician : an inclusion body found in the nerve cells in rabies * * * /nay gree/ any of the microscopic bodies found in the nerve cells of animals affected …   Useful english dictionary

  • Negri body — /nay gree/ any of the microscopic bodies found in the nerve cells of animals affected with rabies. [1900 05; after A. Negri (1876 1912), Italian physician] * * * …   Universalium

  • Negri — Adelchi, Italian physician, 1876–1912. See N. bodies, under body, N. corpuscles, under corpuscle …   Medical dictionary

  • Adelchi Negri — (2 August 1876 – 19 February 1912) was an Italian pathologist and microbiologist who was born in Perugia. He studied medicine and surgery at the University of Pavia, where he was a pupil of Camillo Golgi (1843–1926). After graduation in 1900, he… …   Wikipedia

  • Inclusion bodies — are nuclear or cytoplasmic aggregates of stainable substances, usually proteins. They typically represent sites of viral multiplication in a bacterium or a eukaryotic cell and usually consist of viral capsid proteins.CompositionProtein inclusion… …   Wikipedia

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