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Cytomegaloviruses (order Herpesvirales) display remarkable species-specificity as a result of long-term co-evolution with their mammalian hosts. Human cytomegalovirus (HCMV) is exquisitely adapted to our species and displays high genetic diversity. We leveraged information on inter-species divergence of primate-infecting cytomegaloviruses and intra-species diversity of clinical isolates to provide a genome-wide picture of HCMV adaptation across different time-frames. During adaptation to thedoi:10.1371/journal.ppat.1008476 pmid:32384127 fatcat:tcu6znrxqnfzxarrljekzuuzxu