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What the difference between herpes type 1 and herpes type 2?

The herpes simplex virus type 1 and type 2 binding capacity of these fractions was studied! Pretreatment of fractions with one type of HSV and the subsequent testing of adsorption of homotypic and heterotypic virus ws employed! Any Suggestions here?

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  1. Enid Reply:

    Antibodies to the herpes simplex viruses-1 and -2 (HSV-1 and -2) indicate that an accurately tell the difference between an HSV-1 (cold sore) and HSV-2. Source:http://www.ehow.com/facts_5518751_herpes-type-type-antibodies.html

  2. Sheila Reply:

    The primary difference between the two viral types is in where they typically HSV-1 is also the usual cause of herpes whitlow, an infection on the finger, and

  3. Kaitlin Reply:

    Antibodies to the herpes simplex viruses-1 and -2 (HSV-1 and -2) indicate that an individual’s immune system has encountered and formed a response to these viruses as a result of infection, whether or not symptoms ever develop. Source:http://www.ehow.com/facts_5518751_herpes-type-type-antibodies.html

  4. Rosella Reply:

    There are three different types of herpes. Type I, type II, and type III. Herpes is a virus and alot of people get cold sores which is simplex I. Type III is considered the STD form which is not curable. Source:http://answers.ask.com/Health/Diseases/what_are_the_different_types_of_herpes

  5. Celesta Reply:

    Herpes Simplex 1 (HSV-1) HSV-1 is acquired through transmission from someone who has the virus, usually through kissing or similar contact. However, sharing eating utensils, razors and towels can also spread HSV-1. The HSV-1 virus travels i… Source:http://www.ehow.com/about_5121849_difference-between-herpes-types.html

  6. Fairy Reply:

    I have genital herpes type 2 YEAR NOW. I BREAK OUT ABOUT ONC. my boyfriend gave me oral 2 in his mouth? I HAVE HAD GENITAL HERPES sex. can he get herpes type TYPE 2 FOR OVER A

  7. Anamaria Reply:

    They used to say hsv-1 caused oral herpes, and hsv-2 causes genital herpes, but this is no longer correct!HSV-1 can cause both genital and oral herpes! It causes maybe 95% of oral herpes, and where I live in the UK about 60% + of genital herpes! In fact, of the three women I know wth genital herpes all have type 1! HSV-1 is better adapted to the mouth, which means you will get more outbreaks if you have it orally than if you have it genitally, and it is infectious more of the time – about 16-18% of the time when the infection is oral and 3-4% when it is genital! About 60% of the population is infected with hsv-1 by high school age, and about 95% by age 50!HSV-2 is usually found genitally! It prefers to be on the genitals – it can be caught orally, and many more people than realise probably have it orally, but when it causes an oral infection it hardly ever causes symptoms or recurrences, and is minimally infectious! When it causes a genital infection, it produces more outbreaks, and is infectious maybe 16% of the time on average! 25% of women and 20% of men have hsv-2 in the USA; by middle age this is more like 30-40%!In order of degree of infectiousness, in decreasing order it would be oral hsv-1, genital hsv-2, genital hsv-1 and finally oral hsv-2! Apart from the number of outbreaks, there is nothing to distinguish the two types, both cause exactly the same symptoms – small, fluid filled blisters that quickly burst to form small sores that heal within a few days are the classic symptoms, though milder infections can be mistaken for a yeast infection or a pimple! People often get warning signs of an outbreak before they get it – sore facial or leg nerves, or a tingling on the lips or on the genitals! Genitally or orally, symptoms are the same! Infections caused by either virus, whether the infection is oral or genital, while mainly infectious while sores are present, are sometimes infectious when no symptoms are present, and this is known as asymptomatic shedding!

  8. Colene Reply:

    What's the difference between herpes zoster and herpes simplex? Herpes group consists of Herpes simplex (HSV 1 and 2), Varicella(Zoster), EBV(Epstein Barr), CMV(Cytomegalo), KSHV(virus responsible HS includes 2 types of rashes.

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