The immune response to viral infections is a combination of many events: viral antigen presentation to the immune system, proliferation of specific lymphocytes, cytokine intervention. This review describes the virus-cell relationship contributing to the latency state in viral infections (especially in AIDS) and cytokine network, its importance in the pathogenesis of viral diseases and its therapeutic potential.

The role of cytokines in viral infections

CAVALLO, Rossana;CAVALLO, Federica;CAVALLO, Giovanni
1994

Abstract

The immune response to viral infections is a combination of many events: viral antigen presentation to the immune system, proliferation of specific lymphocytes, cytokine intervention. This review describes the virus-cell relationship contributing to the latency state in viral infections (especially in AIDS) and cytokine network, its importance in the pathogenesis of viral diseases and its therapeutic potential.
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