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3. True or False. Similar to chickenpox, the blisters that appear with Shingles can cover the entire body.
4. A person who has neither previously had chickenpox nor been administered the VZV vaccine is exposed to someone with an active VZV (shingles) outbreak and becomes infected. Explain why (or why not) the person will only develop shingles.
Exam Page 8Answer Key1. While traveling abroad, should you be worried about coming into contact with either the Variola major or Variola minor viruses?
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2. What small (~30nm) single-stranded, non-enveloped RNA virus causes temporary or permanent paralysis by infiltrating (infecting) motor neurons within the spinal cord, brain stem or motor cortex?
3. Described the main underlining differences between the Salk and Sabin polio vaccine.
4. Which subtype of Influenza is the most virulent?
Exam Page 91. A drug company is trying to develop a new drug that will inhibit the release of newly produced viralparticles. Would the drug company target hemagglutinin proteins or neuraminidase proteins? Why?
2. Explain why the flu shot given each year may not be 100% effective at preventing the flu?
Answer Key1. A drug company is trying to develop a new drug that will inhibit the release of newly produced viralparticles. Would the drug company target hemagglutinin proteins or neuraminidase proteins? Why?

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