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Published by M. Dekker in New York .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Herpesvirus diseases.,
  • Herpesvirus infections.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

Statementedited by Ronald Glaser, Tamar Gotlieb-Stematsky.
SeriesInfectious diseases and antimicrobial agents ;, 2
ContributionsGlaser, Ronald, 1939-, Gotlieb-Stematsky, Tamar.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsRC147.H6 H85
The Physical Object
Paginationix, 280 p. :
Number of Pages280
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4273146M
ISBN 100824715365
LC Control Number81019423

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  Herpesvirus group can establish primary infections with nonsevere symptoms, which can result in an efficient immune response that prevents a new infection. However, the virus is not completely eliminated, its genome remains within cells without productive : Ronaldo Luis Thomasini. Thomas M. Donnelly BVSc, Diplomate ACLAM, in Ferrets, Rabbits, and Rodents (Second Edition), Viral Infections. Chinchillas are susceptible to human herpesvirus 1 and may play a role as a temporary reservoir for human infections. Goudas and Giltoy 22 described a spontaneous, herpeslike viral infection in a female chinchilla. Wohlsein et al. 95 reported a 1-year-old male chinchilla with a. There is no loftier aim than to cure or prevent human infections with these viruses. The objective of much of the current research on herpesviruses is directed toward an understanding of the molecular mechanisms involved in initiation of infection, establish­ ment and termination of latent state, virus multiplication, and the destruction of. The spectrum of viruses known to cause encephalitis is continuously growing. Lately, human herpesvirus 6 variants A and B (HHV-6A and HHV-6B) (Salahuddin et al. ) and HHV-7 (Frenkel et al. ) (Herpesviridae family, Betaherpesvirinae subfamily, Roseolovirus genus) have been identied.