Lentivirinae

Subfamily of non-oncogenic retroviruses that cause 'slow diseases' that are characterized by horizontal transmission, long incubation periods and chronic progressive phases. Visna virus is in this group, and there are similarities between visna, equine infectious anaemia virus, and HIV.
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Lentivirinae

<organism, virology> Subfamily of nononcogenic retroviruses that cause slow diseases that are characterised by horizontal transmission, long incubation periods and chronic progressive phases. Visna virus is in this group and there are similarities between visna, equine infectious anaemia virus and HIV. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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Lentivirinae

Type: Term Pronunciation: len′ti-vir′i-nē Definitions: 1. Term formerly used to describe a subfamily of nononcogenic viruses (family Retroviridae) that includes the slow viruses of sheep (visna virus and maedi virus) and human T-cell lymphotropic viruses, including human immunodeficiency viruses types 1 and 2. The viruses resemble
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Lentivirinae

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