rabies has been recognized for over 4,000 years and effective preventive therapy was developed over 125 years ago, our understanding of the pathogenesis of the disease remains incomplete and many fundamental questions still remain unanswered. Worldwide, research efforts in studying the pathogenesis of this fascinating disease are confined to a small number of laboratories. Rabies can now be very effectively prevented after recognized exposures . Because rabies is virtually always associated with a fatal outcome in humans and no effective therapy is available , an improved understanding of basic mechanisms involved in rabies pathogenesis may prove essential for the development of novel and effective therapies.
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