Andes and Prospect Hill hantaviruses differ in early induction of interferon although both can downregulate interferon signaling.

@article{Spiropoulou2007AndesAP,
  title={Andes and Prospect Hill hantaviruses differ in early induction of interferon although both can downregulate interferon signaling.},
  author={Christina F Spiropoulou and C{\'e}sar G Albari{\~n}o and Thomas Ksiazek and PierreE. Rollin},
  journal={Journal of virology},
  year={2007},
  volume={81 6},
  pages={
          2769-76
        }
}
Hantavirus pulmonary syndrome (HPS) is a severe respiratory disease which is thought to result from a dysregulated immune response to infection with pathogenic hantaviruses, such as Sin Nombre virus or Andes virus (ANDV). Other New World hantaviruses, such as Prospect Hill virus (PHV), have not been associated with human disease. Activation of an antiviral state and cell signaling in response to hantavirus infection were examined using human primary lung endothelial cells, the main target cell… CONTINUE READING

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