Fig. 27.6. The different forms of EBV latency manifest in virus-associated tumors (a) and during infection of normal differentiating B-cells (b).
Fig. 27.6. The different forms of EBV latency manifest in virus-associated tumors (a) and during infection of normal differentiating B-cells (b).

Fig. 27.6

The different forms of EBV latency manifest in virus-associated tumors (a) and during infection of normal differentiating B-cells (b). Arrows depict the interchangeable forms of latency observed by various manipulations in vitro (a) which are believed to recapitulate those occurring during B-cell differentiation in vivo (b).

From: Chapter 27, EBV gene expression and regulation

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Human Herpesviruses: Biology, Therapy, and Immunoprophylaxis.
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