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Published on Mar 31, 2014
Persistent infections begin with virus entry into the host, and last until the host dies. They are forever. In this lecture we consider the different types of persistent infections, ranging from those that produce 100,000 virions per ml of urine in most of the population, to sinister ones where the genome lies dormant in neurons, and is periodically reactivated to allow spread to new hosts.