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Parker, N., Schneegurt, M., Thi Tu, A., Forster, B. M., Lister, P., Allen, S., Franklund, C. (2016). Microbiology Openstax at rice university. Retrieved from (Links to an external site.) Tumor Viruses. (2006). Encyclopedic Reference of Genomics and Proteomics in Molecular Medicine . Retrieved from: - 9_4340#targetText=Viral%20oncogenesis%20can%20be%20defined,malignant %20proliferation%20of%20infected%20cells (Links to an external site.) o Ryan Harper Ryan Harper Aug 17, 2019Local: Aug 17 at 9:34pm<br>Course: Aug 17 at 10:34pm Manage Discussion Entry Hello Diana, I hope all is going well for you so far this week of classes. I really enjoyed reading your discussion post this week, great job! The information you provided appears to be accurate and is concise – this would be a great study tool for your to utilize when preparing for future exams on this subject matter. Below is some of the information I mentioned about bacteriophages; let me know what your thoughts are. - Bacteriophage is a type of virus that infects bacteria; bacteria eater; bacteriophages destroy their host cells. - Phage therapy is a procedure that uses bacteria-killing viruses (bacteriophages) to treat bacterial infections; has some advantages
of some antibiotics in that phages only kill one specific type of bacterium (Parker et al., 2016) - Yes, bacteriophages play a role in human disease by turning some harmless bacteria into agents of disease (Parker et al., 2016) Looking forward to talking with you more throughout the quarter! Again, great job with your discussion post this week, Diana. Ryan o Hector Esparza Hector Esparza Aug 18, 2019Local: Aug 18 at 2:46pm<br>Course: Aug 18 at 3:46pm Manage Discussion Entry Hello Diana Great way to answer you post. i always appreciate the colors in the different sections. I really like the different cells you described that will help me with my exam today! thanks for placing a great post. o Maria Rios Maria Rios Aug 18, 2019Local: Aug 18 at 4:45pm<br>Course: Aug 18 at 5:45pm Manage Discussion Entry Diana, Great job on your post. I found it interesting that a latent virus can derive from an acute virus. o
Christina Munoz Christina Munoz Aug 18, 2019Local: Aug 18 at 9:47pm<br>Course: Aug 18 at 10:47pm Manage Discussion Entry HI Diana, Liked how you color coded all the information. Makes it easy to read. Had never heard of Bacteriophages. Just knew there was bacteria and viruses. Did not know that a virus could also infect bacteria. Interesting this world of microbiology. Learning a lot this quarter for sure. Enjoyed your post. Good Luck this quarter! Half way done! Collapse Subdiscussion Catherine Perez Catherine Perez Aug 15, 2019Local: Aug 15 at 10:52pm<br>Course: Aug 15 at 11:52pm Manage Discussion Entry Acellular means without a cell. Viruses are acellular and require the use of a host cell this causes the infected cell to become an obligate intercellular parasite. (Parker, Schneegurt, Tu, Forster, & Lister, 2018) Because chemotherapy treatment can affect

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