Persistierende virusinfektionen bei tieren mechanismen und konsequenzen persisting virus infection in animals mechanisms and consequences e defective interfering particles and f interferon can result in persistent virus infections with regard to these mechanisms and the epidemiological principles it can be anticipated that . Pathogenesis is the process by which virus infection leads to disease pathogenic mechanisms include implantation of the virus at a body site the portal of entry replication at that site and then spread to and multiplication within sites target organs where disease or shedding of virus into the environment occurs most viral infections are subclinical suggesting that body defenses . Persistent infection of humans with hepatitis b virus mechanisms and consequences ganem d although most infections of humans with hepatitis b virus are self limited up to 10 of individuals experiencing primary infection remain persistently infected. Ca mims pathogenesis of viral infections of the fetus prog med virol 10 1968 194 237 79 ca mims the pathogenesis of infectious disease 2 1982 academic press new york 80 sc mogenson role of macrophages in natural resistance to virus infections microbiol
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