Melbourne: Melbourne researchers have discovered the secret behind the disguise of some viruses that manage to dodge detection by the body`s immune system. Gabrielle Belz and her colleagues at Parkville’s Walter and Eliza Hall Institute worked with researchers from the University of Cambridge to establish the modus operandi of key viral gene K3. Trojan horse-like, the gene helps viruses such as the herpes virus, and others, which cause chronic infection, to slip under the radar of the body’s immune system in a game of deception.
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