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Intervirology (2018) 60 (4): 165–170.
Published Online: 02 February 2018
...Marco Ciotti; Eleonora Cella; Massimo Rittà; Massimo Ciccozzi; Rossana Cavallo; Carlo Federico Perno; Cristina Costa Background: The cytomegalovirus (CMV) UL55 gene encodes for a glycoprotein implicated in virus pathogenesis. Based on UL55 polymorphism, CMV has been divided into 4 genotypes...
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Intervirology (2015) 58 (2): 115–121.
Published Online: 27 March 2015
...Hilda M. Gonzalez-Sanchez; Diana L. Alvarado-Hernandez; Sandra Guerra-Palomares; Christian A. Garcia-Sepulveda; Daniel E. Noyola Objective: Cytomegalovirus (CMV) is widely distributed and constitutes the main cause of congenital infections worldwide. CMV transmission during pregnancy represents one...
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Intervirology (2013) 56 (4): 231–236.
Published Online: 30 May 2013
.../2, varicella-zoster virus (VZV), Epstein-Barr virus (EBV), cytomegalovirus (CMV), and human herpesvirus types 6, 7, and 8 (HHV-6, HHV-7, and HHV-8) DNA in 105 mucosal and/or skin swabs harvested from 23 patients presenting with PV lesions. Results: Thirty-six samples collected from 17 patients were...
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Intervirology (2009) 52 (4): 189–195.
Published Online: 17 June 2009
... muscle cells (SMC). As proliferating SMC are particularly susceptible for the stimulating effects of cytomegalovirus (CMV), we hypothesized that CMV infection may enhance cell proliferation and graft failure. Furthermore, we evaluated the potential of FK778 to prevent intimal hyperplasia. Apart from its...
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Intervirology (1996) 39 (5-6): 389–400.
Published Online: 30 July 2008
...: Human cytomega­ lovirus proteins. Progr Med Virol. Basel, Karger. 1988, vol 35. pp 152-185. 2 Gibson W: Cytomegalovirus Protein Structure and Function. Amsterdam. Elsevier. 1991. 3 Gibson W: Molecular Biology o f Human Cyto­ megalovirus. New York. Springer. 1993. 4 Gibson W: Cytomegaloviruses: Molecular...
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Intervirology (1996) 39 (5-6): 302–319.
Published Online: 30 July 2008
...Christian Sinzger; Gerhard Jahn The human cytomegalovirus (HCMV) can cause lifelong infection with episodes of endogenous reactivation. Intrauterine fetal infection and infection of immunocompromised patients are well known to result in significant morbidity. Studies on HCMV cell tropism in vivo...
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Intervirology (1996) 39 (5-6): 378–388.
Published Online: 30 July 2008
... and simian cytomegaloviruses. Virology 1983:128: 391-406. 39 Gibson W: Synthesis, structure and function of cytomegalovirus major nonvirion nuclear p ro tein; in Rapp F (ed): Herpesvirus. New York. Liss. 1984. pp 423-440. 40 Kiclil A. Dorsky Dl: Bipartite DNA-binding region of the Epstein-Barr virus BMRF1...
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Intervirology (1997) 40 (2-3): 85–97.
Published Online: 30 July 2008
... upon the detection of HCMV DNA in cerebrospinal fluid by means of polymerase chain reaction. However, the current antiviral treatments of these complications are of lim­ ited effect. Introduction Cytomegaloviruses (CM V) are ubiquitous and speciesspecific members of the Hcrpesiviridae family...
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Intervirology (1994) 37 (6): 321–329.
Published Online: 30 July 2008
.... Cytomegalovirus Transformation Mutation H- ras © 1994 S. Karger AG, Basel 1994 Copyright / Drug Dosage / Disclaimer Copyright: All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be translated into other languages, reproduced or utilized in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical...
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Intervirology (1996) 39 (4): 280–284.
Published Online: 30 July 2008
...A. Marcello; G. Pisoni; S. Pizzighella; G. Palù Virus-associated DNA polymerase activity has recently been proposed for the detection of human cytomegalovirus (HCMV) in urine, a method that should allow rapid and quantitative determination of the viral load. In this report, the virus-associated DNA...
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Intervirology (1996) 39 (4): 223–229.
Published Online: 30 July 2008
... The effects of infection by the human cytomegaloviruses Ad-169 on the incor­ poration of [l4C]acetate into the polar and neutral lipids of human embryonic lung cells and human saphenous vein smooth muscle cells were compared to [14C]acetate incorporation in mock-infected control cells. Cytomegalovirus...
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Intervirology (1987) 28 (1): 1–7.
Published Online: 29 July 2008
...), found in the literature is reviewed. To resolve the confusion and misunderstanding caused by the use of BHV-3, BHV-4 and BHV-5 for the same kind of BHVs, the most used label BHV-4 is proposed for designating Movar-type BHVs (which also were named Orphan viruses’ or ‘cytomegaloviruses’). 12 01 1987...
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Intervirology (1975) 5 (5): 293–299.
Published Online: 29 July 2008
...Françoise Haguenau; Susan Michelson-Fiske New ultrastructural aspects of cytomegalovirus nucleocapsid assembly are illustrated in cells from a Kaposi sarcoma. The occurrence of viral deoxyribonucleoproteins in the form of strands and penetration of these strands into open capsids is illustrated...
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Intervirology (1974) 4 (2): 77–90.
Published Online: 29 July 2008
...Maurice Nachtigal; Thomas Albrecht; Fred Rapp A Syrian hamster embryo cell line derived after transformation by human cytomegalovirus (CMV) and 6 cell lines derived from 3 tumors and a metastasis induced by transplantation of the in vitro transformed cells into animals were analyzed using...
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Intervirology (1990) 31 (2-4): 68–75.
Published Online: 29 July 2008
...T. Albrecht; I. Boldogh; M. Fons; S. AbuBakar; C.Z. Deng Cytomegalovirus (CMV) infection induces a series of cellular responses that resemble those observed in cells activated by growth factors or hormones including: hydrolysis of phosphatidylinositol-4,5-bisphosphate; Ca 2+ influx and an increase...
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Intervirology (1990) 31 (2-4): 223–229.
Published Online: 29 July 2008
...L.A. Weymouth; I.H. Gomolin; T. Brennan; S.P. Sirpenski; D.R. Mayo Presence of cytomegalovirus (CMV) specific immunoglobulin M (IgM) is generally considered strong evidence of current or recent CMV infection. Sera from 110 elderly individuals (age range 61–100 years) were compared with sera from 87...