Latent gammaherpesvirus infection enhances type I IFN response and reduces virus spread in an influenza A virus co-infection model: Latent gammaherpesvirus infection leads to a more rapid type I interferon response which protects mice against a severe influenza A virus infection

Gareth Hardisty, Marylynne Q Nicol, Darren Shaw, Ian D Bennett, Karen Bryson, Yvonne Ligertwood, Jürgen Schwarze, Pip Beard, John Hopkins, Bernadette Dutia

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Immunology and Microbiology