Expression of herpes simplex virus type 2 latency-associated transcript in neurons and nonneurons

R B Tenser, W A Edris, K A Hay, B E de Galan
1991 Journal of Virology  
The presence of herpes simplex virus type 2 (HSV-2) transcription during in vivo latent infection was investigated by in situ hybridization. Latent infection of mouse dorsal root ganglion was investigated with the BamHI p fragment of HSV-2, which resulted in evidence of ganglion hybridization, and other fragments representing approximately 40% of the genome, which did not result in hybridization. Strand specificity of * Corresponding author. t Permanent address:
doi:10.1128/jvi.65.5.2745-2750.1991 fatcat:ic3endsjszddnkhubfhyg6w2tu