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Lecture 3.24 - 3 Viral gene expression and replication 4...

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Viruses
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Tobacco Mosaic Virus Genetic Map
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Viruses II Classification of viruses Viral quantification The viral replication cycle Three examples – lytic bacteriophage MS2, T7 and T4 Lysogenic infection: bacteriophage lambda
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Viral Replication – the Basics 1. Adsorption – virus binds to cell 2. Entry – viral nucleic acid enters cell cytoplasm
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Unformatted text preview: 3. Viral gene expression and replication 4. Release of progeny Replication Cycle of a Lytic Bacterial Virus Virus Quantification Latent period Eclipse Bacteriophage MS2 Bacteriophage T7 T7 RNAP P σ E. Coli RNAP (E σ ) Class I transcription Class II and Class III transcription Terminator...
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