On episode #372 of the science show This Week in Virology, the TWiV-osphere introduces influenza D virus, virus-like particles encoded in the wasp genome which protect its eggs from caterpillar immunity, and a cytomegalovirus protein which counters a host restriction protein that prevents establishment of latency.
You can find TWiV #372 at microbe.tv/twiv
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How does the influenza D virus affect on immunity? It would be interesting.
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