Immune evasion by viruses
Viral infections are highly dynamic processes:
The virus must replicate and spread to additional host individuals for longterm survival. This is achieved despite a strong antiviral response.
Cross Kingdom Immunity to Viruses Introduction to Comparative Virology Molecular & Cell Biology 114 Spring, 2010
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The Host Defense against V
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Anatomy of a Virus
Adenovirus (70-90 nm in diameter) Papillomavirus (55 nm in diameter)
-A highly-regular geometric pattern can be recognized.
In general, viruses consist of a nucleic acid genome (ssRNA, dsRNA, ssDNA, or dsDNA) housed inside a protein she
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Classication provides a rational basis for making testable predictions about biology, replication, transmission, and effects of the virus on the host cell.
Viruses Vary Widely in Particle Size
Some aspects of virus history leading to modern virology.
READING ON B-space: Chapter 1: A selective history on the nature of viruses; Norkin, Virology: Molecular Biology & Pathogenesis
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Viruses can cause a multitu
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Viral Quantification Practice Homework Questions 2010 Against your advice (and the advice of probably every virologist on Earth), your roommate decides its not worth the effort to get a flu shot this year. Now he is laid up in bed for the next week with t
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