Betaherpesvirinae


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Be·ta·her·pes·vir·i·nae

(bā'ta-her'pez-vir'ĭ-nē),
A subfamily of Herpesviridae containing Cytomegalovirus and Roseolovirus.

Betaherpesvirinae

/Be·ta·her·pes·vi·ri·nae/ (-her″pēz-vir-i´ne) the cytomegaloviruses: a subfamily of viruses of the family Herpesviridae, including the genus Cytomegalovirus.

Be·ta·her·pes·vir·i·nae

(bā'tă-hĕr'pēz-vir'i-nē)
A subfamily of herpesviridae containing cytomegalovirus and roseolovirus.

Betaherpesvirinae

one of three subfamilies within the family Herpesviridae. Called also cytomegalovirus.
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In a BLASTx search, 1 cDNA fragment (deduced sequence of 29 aa) was homologous to the glycoprotein B (gB) amino acid sequence of the tupaiid herpesvirus 1 (TuHV-1) (79% identity), which belongs to subfamily Betaherpesvirinae.
The subfamily Betaherpesvirinae consists of the genera Cytomegalovirus, Muromegalovirus, and Roseolovirus.
Furthermore we have evaluated the inhibitory activity of this particular Phyllanthus species against HCMV, a member of Betaherpesvirinae subfamily.