Herpesviridae

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Herpesviridae

[‚hər·pēz′vir·ə‚dī]
(virology)
A family of deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA)-containing viruses characterized by enveloped virions containing one molecule of double-stranded linear DNA wrapped around an associated spool-shaped protein inside an icosahedron. It includes subfamilies Alphaherpesvirinae (herpes simplex virus group), Betaherpesvirinae (cytomegalovirus group), and Gammaherpesvirinae (lymphoproliferative virus group).
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A novel screening method detects herpesviral DNA in the idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis lung.
Although herpesviral infection in birds has been reported in Strigidae since the early 20th century (5,6) and pigeon and dove family Columbidae since 1945, (7) the disease was not reported in Falconidae until 1971 (8) and in Accipitridae until 1994.
Zeretzke et al., "Herpesviral protein networks and their interaction with the human proteome," Science, vol.
In the majority of animal herpesviral infections only mild symptoms (internally and externally) appear under natural conditions.
This review briefly summarizes remarkable advancements in our understanding of the functions and mechanisms of action of herpesviral miRNAs in gastric carcinoma in recent years.
Herpesviral hematopoietic necrosis (HVHN), caused by Cyprinid herpesvirus 2 (CyHV-2), is a disease of goldfish Carassius auratus auratus (Linnaeus, 1758) that was first reported in juvenile goldfish in Japan in the spring and autumn of 1992 and the spring of 1993 and later in Australia, Taiwan, and the UsA [1, 2].
Mccullough, "Herpesviral encephalitis in a harbor porpoise (Phocoena phocoena)," Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine, vol.
Pityriasis rosea: an update with a critical appraisal of its possible herpesviral etiology.
Differentiation of a human neuroblastoma into neuron-like cells increases their susceptibility to transduction by herpesviral vectors.
Removal of inhibitors of CSF-PCR to improve diagnosis of herpesviral encephalitis.
In the later three years, oyster herpesviral infection has been suspected as playing a role in SSM of oysters grown in Tomales Bay based on histology (2001, the present study) and molecular data from 2002 (Friedman et al.