Published in Hepatitis Weekly, March 29th, 2004
"TT virus (TTV) and TTV-like mini virus (TLMV) represent the first described human circoviruses. They do not show significant sequence homology with any other animal circovirus identified to date. They are both detected with high prevalences in various body fluids," scientists writing in the journal Veterinary Microbiology report.
"The spread mode may include the parenteral way, the transmission by saliva droplets and the fecal-oral route. Genetic variability within a viral group is high and the coinfection by distinct viral strains is common in a given individual," according to P....
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