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Sam Gandy explains: “Earlier studies focused on the presence of anti-HSV-1 antibodies, which meant that those with antibodies had encountered HSV-1 at some time during their lives. This new study showed HHV-6 and HHV-7 viral genes in the brains of Alzheimer’s disease patients at the time they died,” External link

researchgate Wednesday, January 15, 2020 4:28:00 AM CET

Ben Readhead said: “We didn’t go looking for viruses, but viruses sort of screamed out at us,” External link

researchgate Wednesday, January 15, 2020 4:28:00 AM CET

Sam Gandy said: “We were surprised to find that expression of a half dozen recognizable Alzheimer's genes was apparently modulated by HHV6/7,” External link

researchgate Wednesday, January 15, 2020 4:28:00 AM CET

Ben Readhead said: "There are still a lot of unanswered questions around how we go from being able to detect it circulating in someone's blood to knowing whether it's active in a state that might be relevant to Alzheimer's disease," External link

researchgate Wednesday, January 15, 2020 4:28:00 AM CET

Sam Gandy said: "While these findings do potentially open the door for new treatment options to explore in a disease where we've had hundreds of failed trials, they don't change anything that we know about the risk and susceptibility of Alzheimer's disease or our ability to treat it today," External link

researchgate Wednesday, January 15, 2020 4:28:00 AM CET

Anna Fogdell-Hahn says: "This is a big breakthrough for both the MS and herpes virus research," External link

medindia Friday, December 27, 2019 12:26:00 PM CET

Anna Fogdell-Hahn says: "Both HHV-6A and 6B can infect our braincells, but they do it in slightly different ways. Therefore, it is now interesting to go forward and attempt to map out exactly how the viruses could affect the onset of MS," External link

medindia Friday, December 27, 2019 12:26:00 PM CET

Anna Fogdell-Hahn says: "This is a big breakthrough for both the MS and herpesvirus research," External link

medicalnewstoday Wednesday, December 4, 2019 3:30:00 AM CET

Anna Carin says: "This is a big breakthrough for both the MS and herpes virus research," External link

eurekalert Tuesday, November 26, 2019 6:47:00 AM CET

Anna Carin says: "Both HHV-6A and 6B can infect our braincells, but they do it in slightly different ways. Therefore, it is now interesting to go forward and attempt to map out exactly how the viruses could affect the onset of MS," External link

eurekalert Tuesday, November 26, 2019 6:47:00 AM CET

Michael Keller says: "These preliminary results show that hexaviral-specific, virus-specific T-cells are safe and may be effective in preventing and treating multiple viral infections," External link

eurekalert Monday, November 18, 2019 6:55:00 PM CET

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