2011-03-16 - Researchers Investigate Shedding of H1N1 Flu Virus Among HCWs
Meagan Kay of the CDC and colleagues report on their examination of the association between viralshedding and fever among infected healthcare workers during an influenza outbreak in the latest issue of Emerging Infectious Diseases.
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2011-04-12 - Persons With Herpes Simplex Virus Type 2, but Without Symptoms, Still Shed Virus
Persons who have tested positive for herpes simplex virus type 2 (HSV-2) but do not have symptoms or genital lesions still experience virus shedding during subclinical (without clinical manifestations) episodes, suggesting a high risk of transmission from persons with unrecognized HSV-2 infection
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2011-05-23 - Severe Respiratory Illness Associated with Delayed Virus Clearance in H1N1 Patients
and possible drug resistance-associated mutations on the extent and duration of viralshedding
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2011-06-23 - Novel Complex Senses Viral Infection
of the journal Immunity identifies a novel sensor that is necessary to activate the immune response to viral
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2011-01-10 - Researchers Describe Measles Viral Protein Movement
Mayo Clinic researchers have shown that proteins on the surface of a cell twist a viral protein into position, allowing the virus to start infection and cause disease, all in a movement as graceful as a ballroom dance. The findings appear in the current online issue of Nature Structural & Molecular Biology.
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2011-02-25 - Viral Infection Not Responsible for Exacerbation of Lung Disease in Most Patients
Acute viral infection does not appear to be a primary cause of acute exacerbation of idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF), a progressive, deadly disease resulting in thickening and scarring... had suggested viral infection might cause exacerbation of IPF in a majority of patients
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2013-05-31 - Scientists Study Surges in Latent Infections Through Mathematical Analysis of Viral Blips
Recurrent infection is a common feature of persistent viral diseases. It includes episodes of high viral production interspersed by periods of relative quiescence. These quiescent or silent stages are hard to study with experimental models. Mathematical analysis can help fill in the gaps.
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2013-09-12 - Novel Vaccine Reduces Shedding of Genital Herpes Virus
Sexually transmitted infection researchers potentially have reached a milestone in vaccine treatment for genital herpes, according to a report to be presented at the Interscience Conference on Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy in Denver on Sept. 12.
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2012-04-02 - Study Reveals How Protein Protects Against Viral Infections
Scientists from the University of Utah School of Medicine have discovered that a mouse protein called IFITM3 contributes to the body’s defense against some types of viral infections by binding... in the March 30, 2012, issue of Innate Immunity, sheds light on the cellular mechanisms involved
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2011-05-16 - HHS Announces Action Plan to Prevent and Treat Viral Hepatitis
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services announces it has launched its action plan to prevent and treat viral hepatitis, a silent epidemic affecting 3.5 million to 5.3 million Americans.
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