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Temporal Association of the Herpes Simplex Virus Genome with Histone Proteins during a Lytic Infection
ABSTRACT Previous work has determined that there are nucleosomes on the herpes simplex virus (HSV) genome during a lytic infection but that they are not arranged in an equally spaced array like inExpand
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Do symptoms predict cardiac arrhythmias and mortality in patients with syncope?
BACKGROUND Patients with syncope frequently present with multitude of other symptoms but their significance in predicting morbidity or mortality has not been previously studied. OBJECTIVE ToExpand
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Chromatin Assembly on Herpes Simplex Virus 1 DNA Early during a Lytic Infection Is Asf1a Dependent
ABSTRACT Herpes simplex virus (HSV) is a large DNA virus which is characterized by its ability to form latent infections in neurons of the peripheral nervous system. Although histones are found inExpand
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Psychiatric illness and syncope.
Studies have reported a high prevalence of psychiatric illness in patients with syncope, particularly among those with syncope of unknown etiology. Although mortality rates for patients with syncopeExpand
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Macrophage secretion of miR-106b-5p causes renin-dependent hypertension
Myeloid cells are known mediators of hypertension, but their role in initiating renin-induced hypertension has not been studied. Vitamin D deficiency causes pro-inflammatory macrophage infiltrationExpand