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- ‘For example, problems include a low transduction of tumour cells because of their low expression of the Coxsackie adenovirus receptor required for adenoviral entry.’
- ‘In contrast to polyomaviruses, which by electron microscopy are round, the adenoviral particles are hexagonal and are twice as large as the polyomavirus.’
- ‘Unlike the retrovirus, adenoviral DNA functions in an extrachromosomal manner.’
- ‘These problems do not occur with adenoviral vectors, but expression persists for only a short time, thus requiring repeated administration, leading to immune reactions.’
- ‘Acute adenoviral infection was diagnosed if a positive culture for adenovirus was identified during medical evaluation.’
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