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Theiler's Encephalomyelitis Virus 3d printed

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Theiler's Encephalomyelitis Virus

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Theiler's Murine Encephalomyelitis Virus (TMEV) is a single-stranded RNA murine cardiovirus from the family Picornaviridae. It has been used as a mouse model for studying virally induced paralysis, as well as encephalomyelitis comparable to Multiple sclerosis. Depending on the mouse and viral strain, viral pathogenesis can range from negligible, to chronic or acute encephalomyelitis. The virus was discovered by virologist Max Theiler in 1937 while working at the Rockefeller Institute. Theiler discovered the encephalomyelitis virus during research on poliovirus-like paralysis symptoms in mice. That year Theiler had completed work on developing a vaccine for Yellow Fever, for which he is best known; in 1951 he received the Nobel Prize for that achievement.

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Theiler's Encephalomyelitis Virus
4.51 x 4.52 x 4.49 cm
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