Virus 2/2

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ninabolong
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Virus 2/2
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2014-10-12 15:15:18
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  1. - transmission through direct contact 
    - warts, cervical and penile cancers
    • Papoviridae
    • DNA Viruses
  2. - fever blisters, chickenpox, shingles, infecti mononuclosis, Burkitt's lymphoma

    - HHV
    - latent
    - transmission through direct contact or air
    - can be treated not cured
    • Herpesviridae
    • DNA Viruses
  3. - transmission through direct contact or airborne particles
    • Poxviridae
    • DNA viruses
  4. - hepatitis B, liver tumors
    - trasmission through skin contact, parental exposure, blood etc.
    - transmitted through sexual intercourse
    • Hepadnaviridae
    • DNA Viruses
  5. - fifth disease, anemia
    - transmission through respiratory secretions
    Parvoviridae (single- stranded DNA)
  6. - fifth disease, anemia
    --- transmission through respiratory secretions
    • parvoviridae (single- stranded DNA)
    • DNA Viruses
  7. attachment to the host cells
    adsorption
  8. entry of virions into host cells
    penetration
  9. What are the 5 general characteristics of replication?
    • 1. adsorption
    • 2. penetration
    • 3. synthesis
    • 4. maturation
    • 5. release
  10. synthesis of new nucleic acid molecules, capsid proteins and other viral components via host resources
    synthesis
  11. assembly of new viral components into virions
    maturation
  12. 1. lyse host's cell wall
    2. virions exit host cell
    release
  13. viruses that infect bacterial cells
    bacteriophages
  14. What are the properties of bacteriophages
    • - have their genetic information in the form of DS or SS RNA or DNA
    • - can be simple or complex in structure
  15. suspended cells on plastic layer; multiple and spread to form sheets that are one cell thick
    monolayers
  16. existing culture are transferred to new containers with fresh nutrient media
    subculturing
  17. cells that reproduce for an extended number of generations
    heLa line cell
    continuous cell lines
  18. used by researchers all over the world
    ---malignant cells with capacity for rapid reproduction
    HeLa line cell

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