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Thyroid hormone (TH or T3) is known to have important regulatory functions for normal biological processes. TH produces its physiological effects primarily through its nuclear receptor (TR), which is a transcriptional factor that controls gene expression and the net outcome, is determined by TH level. Hormone imbalances have been suggested to affect viral pathogenesis. Latest literatures proposed that TH participated in the regulation of HSV-1 gene silencing and replication and may have influence during viral latency/reactivation. "Victor Hsia S, A Cohort Historical Analysis of the Relationship between Thyroid Hormone Malady and Alpha-Human Herpesvirus Activation"
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Last date updated on June, 2014