Viral Lect1 - • Neuraminidase N(1-9 • 135 possible...

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VIRUSES
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VIRAL SIZE
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Papilloma Virus Dbl. Stranded DNA Naked
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Adenovirus Dbl. Stranded DNA Naked
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Adenovirus
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Herpesvirus Dbl Stranded DNA Enveloped
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HERPES SIMPLEX VIRUS 2
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Pox Virus Dbl. Stranded DNA Enveloped
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Vaccinia Virus
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Molluscum contagiosum
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Parvovirus Single Stranded DNA Naked
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Hepadnavirus Hepatitis B Virus Dbl stranded DNA
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PolioVirus Single stranded RNA-Naked
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Togavirus Single Stranded+RNA Naked
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German Measles
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Retrovirus Single Stranded +RNA Enveloped
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Rhabdovirus Single Stranded+ RNA Enveloped
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Para myxovirus Single Stranded + RNA Enveloped
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Mumps Virus
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Unformatted text preview: • Neuraminidase N (1-9) • 135 possible types in all • Humans can contract ( H1-5 and N1,N2) • That’s 10 types REOvirus Dbl. Stranded RNA Naked Other Viral Shapes SARS CORONA VIRUS ssRNA BACTERIAL PHAGE VIRUS PHAGE Bacterial Virus Plaques CULTIVATING VIRUSES Viral Uptake Anti-viral Drugs • Block the fusion of the virus with endosome membrane • Amantadine and Rimantadine • Block the activity of Neuraminidase to prevent the release of newly formed viruses from infected cells • Zanamivir and Osteltamivir Prion Brain Plaque Creutzfeldt- Jakob Disease Viroid Disease Viral Cytopathogenic Effect VIRUSES WERE USED To PROVE DNA Is The GENETIC “STUFF” 1952 Tropism • Epithelial cells of the respiratory tract • Viral attachment protein HA • Cell receptor Sialic acid • Problems with all viruses • Antigenic drift (mutation) • Antigenic shift ( gene re-assortment) • Recombination The End...
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This note was uploaded on 06/13/2011 for the course BIO 119 taught by Professor Stevendroho during the Spring '11 term at Moraine Valley Community College.

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