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VSC433 S08 Exam One Key

VSC433 S08 Exam One Key - VSC/MIC/MCB 433 Medical and...

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VSC/MIC/MCB 433 Medical and Molecular Virology Spring 2008 Exam One Part 1. Multiple Choice: 2 points each. 1 An icosahedron has how many 5 fold vertices? A. 12 C. 22 B. 20 D. 30 2 The filtration of Foot and Mouth Disease (FMD) demonstrated: A. The resulting filtrate was infectious B. The remaining filter debris was infectious C. That viruses could not be separated from cells 3 What two things would all viruses have to do in order to be successful? A. Replicate, Kill the cell B. Transmit, Kill the cell C. Replicate, Transmit D. Replicate, Exist in the environment E. Replicate, Cause illness 4 An “ancient” virus for which various vaccines were used is : A. Smallpox B. Rabies C. Polio D. B and C are correct E. All of the above 5 Which of the following is a viral solution for the fact that a eukaryotic ribosome requires a 5’ Cap on mRNA? A. Cap snatching B. Synthesize a Cap C. Internal Ribosome Entry Site (IRES) D. A and C are correct E. A and B and C are correct 6 The term coiled-coil or 6 bundle helix describes: A. The form of RNA inside a virus particle B. A form glycoproteins take during the fusion process C. The stable structure of an icosahedral subunit protein D. The ribbon form of a POL diagram E. None of the above
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7 A negative ssRNA virus must bring this enzyme with it to be infectious: A. Fusion peptide
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