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Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology
0-17498 Isle ofRiems 2Institute of Brain Research 0-72076 Tiibingen 3Institute of Neurology A-1090 Vienna, Austria 1. ABSTRACT 55 Coronavirus infections of rodents can cause diseases of the central nervous system characterised by inflammatory demyelination. The lesions mimick in many aspects the pathology of mUltiple sclerosis in humans and of other neurological diseases. As an animal model for demyelination, we studied the MHV-JHM induced encephalomyelitis of Lewis rats. The pathomorphologicaldoi:10.1007/978-1-4615-5331-1_55 fatcat:2fxnyzonbnhcpjdcxl5456sjei