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Viral general

General principles of viruses

Infectious naked viruses are ____ and ____ except for ___, ___. dsDNA, + strand ssRNA. Pox, HBV
all viruses are haploid except retroviruses
Which viruses replicate in the nucleus? which viruses replicate in the cytplasm? what are the exceptions? DNA = nucleus, except pox, RNA = cytoplasm except for influenza and retro
Naked (non-enveloped) viruses: Naked CPR and PAPP: Calcivirus, Picornovirus, Reovirus, Parvovirus, Adenovirus, Papilloma and Polyoma
All enveloped viruses acquire their envelope from host cell except for ___ which acquires its envelope from ____. Herpesvirus, nuclear membrane
DNA enveloped viruses Herpesvirus (HSV 1,2, VZV,CMV, EBV) HBV, smallpox
DNA nucleocapside viruses Papillomavirus, parvovirus, adenovirus
RNA enveloped virus Influenza virus, parainfluenza virus, RSV, measles, mumps, rubella, rabies, HTLV, HIV
RNA nucleocapsid virus Enterovirus (poliovirus, coxsackie, echo, HAV), rhinovirus, reovirus (rotavirus)
DNA viruses are HHAPPPPy Hepadena, Herpes, Adeno, Pox, Parvo, Papilooma, polyoma
DNA viruses are ds excetp parvo
DNA viruses are icosahedral except Pox (complex)
DNA viruses replicate in the nucleus except = Pox- carries own DNA-dependent RNA polymerase
Killed viruses are RIP Away (Rabies, influenza, polio (salk=killed), HAV
LIve attenuated Sabin polio, MMR, VZV, yellow fever, pox
RNA viral geneoms are ss except for ____ reovirus (repeat a virus
Naked viral genomes that are infectious all dsDNA, ssRNA except for pox, HBV
Which virus is diploid and has two copies of the same genome retrovirus
Created by: ddecampo



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