Ep. 52: Neurological Underpinnings of Bitsies and Chompy-Chomps


October spooky fun continues on this zoonotic disease packed episode. Amielle terrifies with a story of a man who can’t stop ejaculating, retrograde transmission, and imbalanced Ying and Yang. Leah is having trouble driving due to philosophy and is dazzled by infrasonic sounds. Also, penguin necrophilia

  • Design and generation of recombinant rabies virus vectors, Osakada and Callaway (2013).
  • Clinical features of rabies patients with abnormal sexual behaviors as the presenting manifestations: a case report and literature review, Tian et al. (2019)
  • Diabolical effects of rabies encephalitis, Jackson (2016
  • Rabies: Understanding Neuropathology and Management Sharma et al. (2015
  • Rabies and Neuronal Tracing. Haery (2018)
  • The pathogenesis of experimental rabies. In: Nagano Y, Davenport FM (eds) Rabies, Johnson RT (1971).
  • To the best of our abilities, all research for planned discussion is cited orally in the show. Please send any concerns about un-cited material to A New Low Podcast Network Headquarters. 
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