The pathogenesis of slow virus infection
In many respects, slow unconventional viruses behave as conventional viral pathogens. The spreading of these viruses to the central nervous system (CNS) and targeting within the CND are the most cited examples of such a “conventional” behaviour of the unconventional agents [559, 585, 596].
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