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Vacelet, J.; Gallissian, M.-F. (1978). Virus-like particles in cells of the sponge Verongia cavernicola (Demospongiae, Dictyoceratida) and accompanying tissue changes. Journal of Invertebrate Pathology. 31: 246-254.
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Vacelet, J.; Gallissian, M.-F.
1978
Virus-like particles in cells of the sponge <i>Verongia cavernicola</i> (Demospongiae, Dictyoceratida) and accompanying tissue changes.
Journal of Invertebrate Pathology
31: 246-254
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Isometric particles have been observed in the nuclei of giant cells occurring in a disturbed area of the tissue of the sponge V. cavernicola. Morphological similarities are apparent between these particles and adenoviruses. In the same area, other giant cells, probably related to the preceding, contain either nuclear rings or cytoplasmic granules of possible viral nature
Mediterranean
Histology, Cytology
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Pathological phenomena. Presence in disturbed area of the sponge of giant cells containing virus-like particles. [details]



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