Published in Blood Weekly, June 3rd, 2004
"Herpesviruses establish lifelong latent infections in their hosts," virologists in Australia explained. "Human cytomegalovirus (CMV) targets a population of bone marrow-derived myeloid lineage progenitor cells that serve as a reservoir for reactivation; however, the mechanisms by which latent CMV infection is maintained are unknown.
"To gain insights into mechanisms of maintenance and reactivation," B. Slobedman and colleagues at the Westmead Millennium Institute "employed microarrays of approximately 26,900 sequence-verified human cDNAs to assess...
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