Coloured TEM of HHV6 viruses infecting a cell

Coloured TEM of HHV6 viruses infecting a cell

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Caption: Human Herpes Virus type 6. Coloured Transmission Electron Micrograph of Human Herpes Virus type 6 (HHV6) outside a human cell. Several circular virus particles are seen in cross section with the cell membrane at upper right (brown). Each virus has a core of DNA-genetic material (red) covered by a protein capsid (orange). This is surrounded by a light tegument made of fats and proteins. HHV6 reproduces by "taking over" the infected cell, making it produce new viruses. HHV6 causes the childhood disease roseola infantum leading to fever and rash. It is also seen as a secondary & opportunistic infection in AIDS patients.

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Keywords: aids, causing roseola infant., herpes, herpes infection, hhv-6, human herpes virus 6, human herpes virus type 6, human type 6, human virus type 6, opportunistic infection, roseola infantum, virus, virus cause

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