Herpes simplex virus type I strain KOS-63 does not cause acute or recurrent ocular disease and does not reactivate ganglionic latency in vivo

@inproceedings{HerpesSV,
  title={Herpes simplex virus type I strain KOS-63 does not cause acute or recurrent ocular disease and does not reactivate ganglionic latency in vivo},
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    The virological, clinical, and histopathological manifestations of acute and experimentally reactivated infections of eyes and trigeminal ganglia have been studied following intranasal infection of rabbits with herpes simplex virus type f (strain KOS-63). All animals shed virus in nasal secretions, but only three shed virus in tear film during the first 12… CONTINUE READING