Enveloped dna viruses

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Enveloped dna viruses
2013-11-17 01:33:50
dna viruses

enveloped dna viruses
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  1. Backache, delliruim, diarrhea, excessive bleeding, fatigue, high fever, raised pink rash, and vomiting.
    variola- smallpox
  2. Formation of fluid filled blisters mostly on the face.
    Human herpes virus 1- Herpes labialis and Cold sore or fever blister
  3. Formation of sores on buttocks and genitals, minor rash, itching, fever, aching muscles, and burning during urination.
    human herpes virus 2- herpes genitalis and genital herpes
  4. Chickenpox: Blisters, rash, fever, fatigue, and headache.
    Shingles: skin sensitivity, blisters on one side of body, rash, fever, flu-like symptoms, headache, swollen lymph nodes, and stomachache.
    Human herpes virus 3 (caricella-zoster)- herpes varicella: chickenpox (initial infection) and Herpes zoster: shingles (reactivation of the virus).
  5. Extreme fatigue, fever, sore throat, swollen lymph nodes, and occasional swollen spleen.
    herpes virus 4- epstein-bar virus = infectious mononucleosis
  6. Fatigue, weakness, sore throat, swollen lymph nodes, fever, headache, and muscle aches. Jaundice, anemia, enlarged spleen and/or liver, and/or hearing and vision problems in infacnts/newborns.
    herpes virus 5(human cytomegalovirus)- Cytomegalovirus infection (congenital defects)
  7. Sudden high fever (103-105), pinkish-red (rse-colored) rash on the trunk, neck and arms.
    herpes virus 6 and 7- Roseola (roseola infantum a) sixth disease and b) exanthema subitum)
  8. Bluish-red or purple papular lesions on the skin or mucosal lining with bloody sputum (hemoptysis) and shortness of breath (dyspnea).
    herpes virus 8(kaposi's sarcoma-associated herpesvirus)- Kaposi's sarcoma (cancer of connective tissue often associated with Aids)