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Herpes simplex is a viral disease caused by herpes simplex viruses; both herpes simplex virus 1 (HSV-1) and herpes simplex virus 2 (HSV-2) cause herpes simplex. Infection with the herpes virus is categorized into one of several distinct disorders based on the site of infection.
Research Reveals Conserved Neutralizing Epitope in Herpesvirus gB Protein

Research Reveals Conserved Neutralizing Epitope in Herpesvirus gB Protein

The Potential of Monoclonal Antibodies for Neonatal Herpes

The Potential of Monoclonal Antibodies for Neonatal Herpes

Single Injection of CRISPR Gene-Editing Treatment Safely Removes SIV From Non-Human Primates

Single Injection of CRISPR Gene-Editing Treatment Safely Removes SIV From Non-Human Primates

Effective backup mechanism ensures efficient antimicrobial responses in humans

Effective backup mechanism ensures efficient antimicrobial responses in humans

Herpesvirus infection boosts host cellular immunity: Study

Herpesvirus infection boosts host cellular immunity: Study

Chemically attenuated live DNA virus vaccine prevents viral infection

Chemically attenuated live DNA virus vaccine prevents viral infection

Research highlights how cornea T cells may track and combat viral infections

Research highlights how cornea T cells may track and combat viral infections

Study identifies protein complex that confers neuroprotection against HSV-1 infection

Study identifies protein complex that confers neuroprotection against HSV-1 infection

Study details the role of PANoptosome in activating innate immune response

Study details the role of PANoptosome in activating innate immune response

Small synthetic molecules could one day cure or prevent COVID-19, herpes

Small synthetic molecules could one day cure or prevent COVID-19, herpes

Key protein regulates cells’ innate defense mechanisms

Key protein regulates cells’ innate defense mechanisms

Researchers use new decoding method to identify novel proteins encoded by HSV-1

Researchers use new decoding method to identify novel proteins encoded by HSV-1

Genetically edited form of herpes simplex virus outperforms key vaccine candidate

Genetically edited form of herpes simplex virus outperforms key vaccine candidate

Study shows immune cells contribute to brain infection

Study shows immune cells contribute to brain infection

STING protein activates a pathway that kills tumor-fighting immune cells

STING protein activates a pathway that kills tumor-fighting immune cells

Novel gene editing approach removes latent herpes simplex virus 1

Novel gene editing approach removes latent herpes simplex virus 1

Researchers comprehensively describe the 'human tissue virome atlas'

Researchers comprehensively describe the 'human tissue virome atlas'

Role of VRAC ion channel in fight against virus infections

Role of VRAC ion channel in fight against virus infections

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