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Dear Colleagues,

We are posting this image at our web site of an interesting finding that perhaps someone else has also seen. The image can be seen at the bottom of this page. While examining H&E stained paraffin sections of mouse brain, we noticed cytoplasmic inclusions in some of the neurons in the mesencephalon. These are not found elsewhere in the brain. The mice are basically a C3H derived strain. If you have had some experience or interest in neuronal cytoplasmic inclusions we would love to have you give us your thoughts on why these inclusions are occurring in these mice. Please respond to Dr. George Stoica (click to email).

Thank you!

George Stoica
Louise Abbott

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