Following chickenpox varicella zoster virus infects nerve cells and enters a

Following chickenpox varicella zoster virus infects

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21) Following chickenpox, varicella zoster virus infects nerve cells and enters a dormant state in which infectious virus is not produced. This is an example of what type of infection? 21) ______ A.abortive infectionB.lytic infectionC.latent infectionD.persistent infectionE.transformation 22) Which of the following is FALSEabout retroviruses? 22) ______ 23) Which of the following is TRUE concerning RNA virus replication? 23) ______ 24) The common cold, caused by rhinoviruses, is an example of 24) ______
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25) A mother coughs and a child is infected with influenza virus by inhalation of infectious, aerosolized droplets. The child may be expected to develop clinical symptoms of influenza within A.2 – 4 days 25) ______B.8 to 10 daysC.15-20 daysD.two monthsE.the virus in not contagious, so symptoms are not expected 26) An outbreak of gastroenteritis occurs on a cruise ship. A contaminated water source is determinedto be responsible for the outbreak. The infectious agent cannot be isolated on agar plates. The most likely etiologic agent is 26) ______ 27) There are only a limited number of antiviral drugs compared to the number of antibiotics against bacterial diseases. The most likely reason for the limited availability of antiviral agents is that 27) ______
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