Downie bodies

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Downie bodies, also known as a type of A-type inclusion,[1] are a type of inclusion body associated with cowpox.[2]

They are named for Allan Watt Downie.

It should not be confused with the term "Downey bodies", which refers to a type of T cell observed in infectious mononucleosis.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Cheville, Norman F. (1975). Cytopathology in Viral Diseases (Monographs in Virology). S.Karger AG. p. 4. ISBN 3-8055-2203-7. 
  2. ^ Riedel S (January 2005). "Smallpox and biological warfare: a disease revisited". Proc (Bayl Univ Med Cent). 18 (1): 13–20. PMC 1200695Freely accessible. PMID 16200143. 
  3. ^ Shahzad Raja (2007). Access to Surgery : 500 Single Best Answer Questions in General and Systemic Pathology. PasTest. p. 325. ISBN 1-905635-36-2.  External link in |publisher= (help)