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  • Cytomegalovirus distribution and evolution in hominines. 

    Murthy, S; O'Brien, K; Agbor, A; Angedakin, S; Arandjelovic, M; Ayimisin, EA; Bailey, E; Bergl, RA; Brazzola, G; Dieguez, P; Eno-Nku, M; Eshuis, H; Fruth, B; Gillespie, TR; Ginath, Y; Gray, M; Herbinger, I; Jones, S; Kehoe, L; Kühl, H; Kujirakwinja, D; Lee, K; Madinda, NF; Mitamba, G; Muhindo, E; Nishuli, R; Ormsby, LJ; Petrzelkova, KJ; Plumptre, AJ; Robbins, MM; Sommer, V; Ter Heegde, M; Todd, A; Tokunda, R; Wessling, E; Jarvis, MA; Leendertz, FH; Ehlers, B; Calvignac-Spencer, S (England, 2019-07)
    Herpesviruses are thought to have evolved in very close association with their hosts. This is notably the case for cytomegaloviruses (CMVs; genus Cytomegalovirus) infecting primates, which exhibit a strong signal of ...
  • Novel polyomaviruses of nonhuman primates: genetic and serological predictors for the existence of multiple unknown polyomaviruses within the human population. 

    Scuda, N; Madinda, NF; Akoua-Koffi, C; Adjogoua, EV; Wevers, D; Hofmann, J; Cameron, KN; Leendertz, SAJ; Couacy-Hymann, E; Robbins, M; Boesch, C; Jarvis, MA; Moens, U; Mugisha, L; Calvignac-Spencer, S; Leendertz, FH; Ehlers, B (United States, 2013)
    Polyomaviruses are a family of small non-enveloped DNA viruses that encode oncogenes and have been associated, to greater or lesser extent, with human disease and cancer. Currently, twelve polyomaviruses are known to ...

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