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That’s one of the hallmarks of HSV-1 infections—asymptomatic infections. But the most famous characteristic of HSV-1 is its ability to establish a latent infection in peripheral nerves. Latency refers to a stage of infection when the replication cycle is arrested. During this arrested or latent stage, the virus is not replicating and exhibits only minimal activity. When conditions are right, however, the replication cycle is reinitiated and completed. What are these “conditions”? They include a variety of unrelated environmental and biological triggers, such as stress, menstruation, or too much exposure to sunlight, which can stimulate a new round of active infection (known as a recurrent or reactivated infection).

Currently, the most popular species used for this type of organ replacement is the pig, particularly pigs genetically engineered to carry human genes. Other species of interest for transplantation into humans includes non-human primates and bovine (cows). While this sounds like cool cutting-edge science, is it really necessary to put animal organs into humans? The answer is a resounding yes, because there is a critical shortage of Pathogenesis of Rabies PRODROME The prodrome period lasts three or four days and begins with symptoms including nervousness, anxiety, or other behavioral changes; headaches; fever; nausea; vomiting; chills; photophobia (intolerance to light); and local pain at the bite wound.

The clinical course of rabies in these animals is similar to that described 39 40 RABIES already, although there may be variation for any individual animal. A bite from a rabid animal is followed by an incubation period that usually lasts between two weeks and 90 da ys, although it may last much longer. A prodromal phase precedes actual onset of disease symptoms, which may take the furious or paralytic form of rabies. The chief characteristic of wild animal rabies is their loss of fear of humans and larger animals, which may lead to episodes of biting objects, other animals, or A CORRIDO (“FOLKSONG”) ABOUT RABIES In 1963, a rabies outbreak in cattle prompted a rancher from Mexico, Rosendo Reyes, to write a song about the devastating effects rabies can have on peoples’ livelihood, particularly on the poorest people whose only income was completely dependent upon their few head of livestock.

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