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Congenital CMV

Epidemiology: Congenital CMV is a condition where Cytomegalovirus infection is spread in the prenatal period. Congenital Cytomegalovirus infection takes place when the mother do suffers from reactivation or primary infection, at the time of pregnancy. Because of the lower sero-prevalence of Human CMV in higher socioeconomic groups and industrialized countries, congenial CMV infections are more Read more

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Human CMV – Cytomegalovirus

Human CMV: Cytomegalovirus infects a wide variety of species of animal.  Cytomegalovirus is a member of the genera of beta-herpesvirinae. Beta-herpesvirinae is a subfamily belonging to herpesvirinae. The Beta-herpesvirinae contains roseolovirus, second genus, which comprises of HHV-6B, HHV-6A, and HHV-7. The members of this family are connected to their organization and gene content. They all Read more