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Human herpesvirus latency and fatigue


, : Human herpesvirus latency and fatigue. Uirusu 55(1): 9-17

Human herpesvirus (HHV) -6 and HHV-7 establish life-long latency, a hallmark of herpesviruses, reactivate frequently, and are shed in saliva. To investigate the viral reactivation, we have identified the latency-associated transcripts of HHV-6, and have revealed the partial mechanism of HHV-6 reactivation.

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