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Human Herpesviruses

  • Nazzarena Labò
  • Gianluca Vago
  • Giuseppe Gerna

Abstract

Herpesviridae is a large family of double-stranded DNA viruses having as common structural features an icosahedral nucleocapsid, approximately 100 nm in diameter, a surrounding asymmetric layer of amorphous material, called the tegument, and an envelope containing viral glycoprotein spikes on its outer surface.

Keywords

Herpes Zoster Human Herpesvirus Thymic Carcinoma Herpes Simplex Encephalitis Antigenemia Assay 
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  • Nazzarena Labò
  • Gianluca Vago
  • Giuseppe Gerna

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