Viruses have one main objective: to replicate. However, when viruses infect higher organisms such as humans, the job of host's immune system is to eliminate any possible pathogens. This creates an arms race between the host and the pathogen. Viruses have evolved many techniques to evade host immune responses. One of these immunoevasion techniques employed by herpes viruses is to produce a protein, ICP47, which blocks the TAP transporter protein.
What effects does this have in a herpes infected cell?