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Toll-like Receptor (Tlr3) Attachment Leads To Lethal Encephalitis

Researchers have found that recognisation of West Nile Virus (WNV) by Toll-like// receptor (Tlr3) as the major factor which allows the virus to cross the blood-brain barrier (BBB) and cause lethal encephalitis. ....WNV is a single stranded RNA (ssRNA) flavivirus with a life cycle that primarily involves birds and mosquitoes; however, humans and horses can become infected. In humans, infection is...
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