Supplementary data on virus-like particles in the brainstem of Parkinson’s disease patients and controls
datasetposted on 19.05.2020 by Robert Dourmashkin, Peter Locker, Sherman A McCall, Matthew J. Hannah
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In this study, we present 84 transmission electron microscopy (TEM) images of human brainstem tissue from 11 cases of late onset Parkinson’s disease. The tissues were fixed, embedded, sectioned, and stained for TEM application. In addition, we present 14 images from autopsy specimens of 1 case of human poliomyelitis infection as positive controls and 14 images from 8 cases of autopsy specimens of other conditions as negative controls.