shosh: RNA viruses

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  1. Picornaviruses (5)
    • Naked ss + linear
    • Polio
    • Echovirus--aseptic meningitis
    • Rhinovirus--common cold
    • Coxsackievirus--aseptic meningitis, hand foot and mouth disease, myocarditis
    • HAV
  2. Reovirus (2)
    • Naked ds linear
    • Reovirus--Colorado tick fever
    • Rotavirus
  3. HEV
    ss + linear naked
  4. Norwalk virus
    • SS + linear naked (calicivirus)
    • gastroenteritis
  5. Flavivirus (5)
    • ss + linear enveloped
    • HCV
    • Yellow fever
    • Dengue fever
    • St. Louis encephalitis
    • West Nile
  6. Togavirus (3)
    • SS+ enveloped
    • Rubella
    • Eastern equine encephalitis
    • Western equine encephalitis
  7. Retrovirus (2)
    • ss + linear enveloped
    • HIV
    • HTLV--T cell leukemia
  8. Coronavirus
    • ss + linear enveloped
    • common cold
  9. Orthomyxovirus
    • SS - linear segmented enveloped
    • Influenza
  10. Paramyxovirus (4)
    • SS - linear NONsegmented enveloped
    • Parainfluenza--croup
    • RSV
    • Rubeola
    • Mumps
  11. Rhabdovirus
    • SS - linear enveloped
    • Rabies
  12. HDV
    ss - circular enveloped
  13. Negative RNA viruses
    • Arenaviruses
    • Bunyaviruses
    • Paramyxoviruses
    • Orthomyxoviruses
    • Filoviruses
    • Rhabdoviruses
    • ("always bring polymerase or fail replication")
  14. Protein production in picornaviruses
    One long polypeptide precursor is cleaved by capsid protease into functional proteins
  15. Segmented dsRNA naked virus that causes gastroenteritis in the winter
    Rotavirus--destruction of vili impairs Na and water reabsorption
  16. Hemagluttinin and neuraminidase
    • Hemagluttinin mediates viral entry into host cell
    • Neuraminidase mediates release of virion progeny
  17. Palivizumab
    Antibody against fusion protein F, inhibits ability of RSV to fusion with epithelial cells
  18. Red spots with blue-white centers on buccal mucosa (Koplik spots)
    Measles--may progress to subacute sclerosing panencephalitis
  19. Marker of previous HBV vaccination
    HBsAB
  20. Hep B antigen indicating active viral replication
    HBeAg
  21. CD4 count needed for AIDS diagnosis
    Under 200
  22. Nef gene (HIV)
    Downregulates MHC I, increases viral virulence
  23. At what CD4 count is PCP a risk in HIV patients?
    Under 200
  24. At what CD4 count are candida esophagitis, toxo, and histo a risk in HIV patients?
    Under 100

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