Failure of Thymidine Kinase-Negative Herpes Simplex Virus to Reactivate from Latency following Efficient Establishment
Coen, Donald M.
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CitationChen, S.-H., A. Pearson, D. M. Coen, and S.-H. Chen. 2003. “Failure of Thymidine Kinase-Negative Herpes Simplex Virus To Reactivate from Latency Following Efficient Establishment.” Journal of Virology 78 (1): 520–23. https://doi.org/10.1128/jvi.78.1.520-523.2004.
AbstractThymidine kinase-negative mutants of herpes simplex virus did not reactivate from latency in mouse trigeminal ganglia, even when their latent viral loads were comparable to those that permitted reactivation by wild-type virus. Thus, reduced establishment of latency does not suffice to account for the failure to reactivate.
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