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Summary

The spectrum of tissues harbouring latent herpes simplex virus following intravenous inoculation of mice was defined by co-cultivation techniques. The virus could be detected in central and peripheral nervous systems (including adrenal medulla), but could not be found in any non-neural tissues. Spinal ganglia were the organs most commonly involved. The relationship of these findings to the natural history of herpetic infections is discussed.

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1976-04-01
2019-11-19
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