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vsc 433 exam 4 - VSC(MIC 433 and 533 Medical and Molecular...

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VSC (MIC) 433 and 533, Medical and Molecular Virology, Fall 2005 Exam 4 : Length: 2189 words (6.3 double-spaced pages) Rating: Red (FREE) - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - VSC (MIC) 433 and 533, Medical and Molecular Virology, Fall 2005 Exam 4 UA University of Arizona Answer Key Included 1. Retroviruses use this enzyme to convert RNA to DNA: 1. Viral transcriptase 2. RNA polymerase 3. Reverse Transcriptase 4. RNA Polymerase II 2. The following elements are all evolutionarily related through sharing common sequences within the Retroviridae family EXCEPT: 1. Oncogenes 2. Retrotransposons 3. Retroelements 4. Human endogenous retrovirus 3. The one thing all species of lentiviruses have in common is: 1. All cause immunodeficiency 2. All are caused by insect vectors 3. All are STDs 4. All are blood borne 4. When HIV invades the brain it causes: 1. Dementia 2. Encephalitis 3. Meningoencephalitis 4. Alzheimers
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5. Hepatitis B uses this strategy to evade the immune system: 1. Latency 2. Destruction of immune cells via apoptosis 3. Decreased MHC I 4. Defective particles 6. In which situation can herpesvirus disseminate throughout the body? 1. In some patients with AIDS 2. Rarely as a consequence of transmission during birthing 3. During immunosuppression for organ transplantation 4. All of the above 5. Herpesvirus does not disseminate 7. How is Herpes similar to rabies? 1. Both use retrograde axonal transport to reach their target destinations 2. They both infect neurons 3. Both can exhibit clinical latency in their respective hosts 4. All of the above 8. How many human herpesviruses are there? 1. Two, HSV-1 and HSV-2 2. Three, as chickenpox is a human herpesvirus 3. Eight, including Kaposi’s sarcoma herpesvirus 4. Twelve, as Eddie Murphy had type twelve in the movie “Beverly Hills Cop”. 9. Upon entry into a host, which cellular niche does Epstein Barr virus have? a. Neurons b. Macrophage/monophage c. B cells d. Bladder Epithelium
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1. Co-infection with HSV1 or HSV-2 2. Immunosuppression 3. Normal healthy individuals 4. CMV is never pathogeinc 11. Which protein is used to initiate immediate early mRNAs and is absolutely necessary for herpesvirus replication? 1. alpha Tiff, a protein in the virion 2. ICP 4, an immediate early protein 3. ICP 8, an early protein 4. gpD, a late glycoprotein responsible for virion attachment 12. There are two common pathogenic pathways that adenovirus can use. Which are the primary diseases that result? 1. Neural infection and Enteritis 2. Enteritis and Respiratory infection 3. Respiratory infection and Neural infection 4. None of the above 13. Which virus was found to be a contaminant in the polio live vacccine by being present in the monkey kidney cell culture that was being used to grow the virus?
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This note was uploaded on 01/30/2010 for the course VSC 433 taught by Professor Dr.jimcollins during the Fall '08 term at Arizona.

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