* It uses present tenses for general statements and explanation of what the paper does.
* It uses past tenses to describe the procedure and results of the research.
* It contains a greater density of technical, topic-related terms than the descriptive abstract, together with specific verbs to describe precisely what happened in the research (inhibited, blocked, etc.).
* Note the use of the passive when describing the research.
* It also uses extended sentences in order to condense information. For example, the first sentence is Human Herpesvirus 6 is ..., causes ..., and has been
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