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(Science: anatomy) Situated under the maxilla, or lower jaw; inframaxillary; as, the submaxillary gland.

Of or pertaining to submaxillary gland; as, submaxillary salvia.

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... why?? because rabies (family Rhabdoviridae; genus Lyssavirus) need time to amplificate itself....this kind of amplification takes place in kidney, submaxillary gland, muscles and liver before they go to the next stage which is invading to the CNS (central nervous system). I think, based on my book...that's ...

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by victor
Sun Apr 09, 2006 1:04 pm
Forum: Human Biology
Topic: Rabies
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