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Chapter 13b - Single-stranded DNA nonenveloped Parvoviridae...

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Single-stranded DNA, nonenveloped Parvoviridae Human parvovirus Fifth disease Anemia
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Double-stranded DNA, nonenveloped Mastadenovirus Respiratory infections Tumors
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Double-stranded DNA, enveloped named for papillomas (warts) and polyomas (tumors) Papillomavirus human papilloma virus one of the leading STD’s in the U.S.
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Double-stranded DNA, enveloped Cause diseases involving pus-filled skin lesions (pox) Orthopoxvirus smallpox (variola) virus Molluscipoxvirus molluscum contagiosum, cowpox
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named for spreading (herpetic) sores Some can remain latent Simplexvirus (HHV-1 & 2) cold sores and genital herpes Varicellavirus (HHV-3) chickenpox Lympocryptovirus (HHV-4) infectious mononucleosis Roseolovirus (HHV-6) roseola (HHV-8) Kaposi’s sarcoma, in AIDS patients Double-stranded DNA, enveloped
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Double-stranded DNA, enveloped Hepadnavirus Hepatitis B virus Hepatitis and liver tumors reverse transcriptase oncovirus
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