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VirologyFamiles

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Largest and most complex virus pox
shape of pox brick
shape of parapox ovoid
structure of virions in pox (cubic, helical or complex) complex
shape of core of pox dumbbell, barbell or peanut
envelope present? may or may not be
genome of pox linear dsDNA
stable or not stable
where does replication occur? cytoplasm
inclusion bodies? yes (eosinophilic intracytoplasmic inclusions)
genetic recombination between other genre? no
genetic recombination between genre? yes, results in extensive serological cross-reaction and cross-protection
hemogglutinin produced? only by orthopox
all pox share group-specific nucleoprotein antigen which is exposed following alkaline digestion. true or false true
chordopox pox of vertebrates
orthopox vaccinia
parapox pseudocowpox
avipox fowlpox
capripox sheeppox
lepropox leporipox
suipox swinepox
molluscipox myoxoma virus
yabapox yaba monkey tumor virus
entomopox viruses of insects
where does viral replication of pox virus happen cytoplasm
name the family: adsorption and penetration (endocytosis for nonenveloped and fusion for enveloped) is followed by the release of the viral core into the cytoplasm pox
true or false. encoding is a three step process for pox false. two
name the family. host cell enzymes partially uncoat the viral particle which exposes some viral DNA and polymerase pox
most pox are enveloped or nonenveloped not enveloped
true or false. only enveloped pox are are infectious false, both are infectious
pox release out of the cell how budding,exocytosis (enveloped) and cell lysis (non enveloped)
pox--resistant or not resistant--can survive for many months or years in dried scabs
pox transmitted how induction into small skin abrasions aerosol of resp. tract mechanical transmission by biting arthropods (no biological transmission)
pox are highly epitheliotropic true or false true
Created by: danielletillis
 

 



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