Tal Goldberger

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Depending on ethnicity and on social conditions, between 40 and 90 % of the population is infected with human cytomegalovirus (HCMV). In immunocompetent patients, the virus may cause an acute disease and then revert to a state of latency, which enables its coexistence with the human host. However, in cases of immunosuppression or in neonatal infections,(More)
Human cytomegalovirus (HCMV) is a highly clinically relevant pathogen. It efficiently infects large proportion of the adult population around the world, and it establishes lifelong latency. In healthy adults, the virus usually does not cause serious or long-lasting injuries; however, in immunocompromised or immune-suppressed patients (like transplant(More)
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