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Hendra Virus

In 1994-95 a new virus appeared in Queensland, killing two humans and fifteen horses in two separate outbreaks. In January 1999, another horse, near Cairns, died of the disease. This virus is now called Hendra virus. This transmission electron micrograph shows the virus labeled with anti-Hendra antibodies and colloidal gold.

Image produced by Electron Microscopy Unit, Australian Animal Health Laboratory.

Photographer : Electron Microscopy Unit AAHL

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