Concerning microscopy, at what magnification can we view EB particles & inclusion bodies?
How many doctors/patients utilize this valuable tool? Do any physicians or patients examine their own blood, other bodily fluids, or a scraping of epithelial cells from the inner cheek? Has anyone actually identified any of these CPN structures? Without dye? At what magnification? Have any progressive changes been noted, as to a decreasing number of inclusion bodies over time, with CAP? Isn't this a potentially useful means of ascertaining how the CAP is progressing? Related question: How long after killing intracellular (active) CPN can we expect cell apoptosis?