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Herpes virus infection

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Herpes virus infection

The order of herpes viruses in known as Herpesvirales; it is a large group of viruses that includes various strains that infect humans and many types of animals through direct contact with body fluids. The herpes virus is highly contagious and is characterised by latent and recurring infections. It inhabits the cells of the body and lies dormant until it is triggered to re-emerge.

A typically a life-long infection due to the viruses' ability to evade detection by the host's immune system

How are rabbits affected by the herpes virus?

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How is herpes virus infection diagnosed?

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How is the infection treated?

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How can the disease be controlled?

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