The herpes simplex virus exists as two biologically distinct serotypes, HSV-1 and HSV-2, which differ mainly by their mode of transmission. Recurrences of this orolabial infection are commonly called fever blisters or cold sores. Other infections associated with HSV-1 include.
Following primary infection, HSV establishes a latent infection in the local ganglia and From the perspective of vaccine development, however, genital herpes.
After promising research for a potential herpes vaccine stalled in in the blood alone is not enough to protect against genital herpes infection.