PROKARYOTIC BIOLOGY MCB 4403
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Date Created: 09/17/15
PROKARYOT I C BI OLOGY VIRAL DISEASES I I INTRODUCTION A LIFE CYCLE OF VIRUSES B OBLIGATE INTRACELLULAR PARASITES C NO CURES D PREVENTION BY VACCINES II AIRBORNE VIRAL INFECTIONS A COMMON COLD VIRUSES l TYPES a RHINOVIRUSES PICORNAVIRUSES b ADENOVIRUSES c CORONAVIRUSES 2 INFECTS NOSE AND THROAT OFTEN CYTOPATHIC B RESPIRATORY SYNCYTIAL VIRUS RSV l A PARAMYXOVIRUS 2 INFANT LOWER RESPIRATORY INFECTIONS a COLDLIKE SYMPTOMS IN ADULTS NEWBORN NURSERIES COUGHING AND WHEEZING FOR gtWEEK MORTALITY ABOUT 1 e AEROSOLED RIBAVIRINA PURINE NUCLEOSIDE ANALOG C INFLUENZA VIRUS 1 THE ORTHOMYXOVIRUSES a THREE TYPES A B AND C b CURRENT VACCINES HAVE TWO A STRAINS AND ONE B 2 INFLUENZA A VIRUS QOO a EIGHT SINGLE STRANDS OF MINUS RNA b SPIKES PEPLOMERS l H SPIKEHEMAGGLUTININ MAJOR ANTIGEN 2 N SPIKENEURAMINIDASE 3 DEFINE VIRAL STRAINSEG Al IS HlNl C CAUSES YEARLY EPIDEMICS l ANTIGENIC DRIFT 2 BOTH H AND N SLOWLY DRIFTPOINT MUTATIONS 3 H3N2 STRAINS STUDIED IN DETAILH SEGMENT d CAUSES PANDEMICS EVERY 1525 YEARS l ANTIGENIC SHIFT 2 ABRUPT CHANGES IN H amp NRANDOM ASSORTMENT 3 MIXED INFECTIONS2 STRAINS IN ONE CELL e PREVENTION amp TREATMENT l VACCINESCONSTANTLY CHANGING 2 AMANTADINE D OTHERS l HERPES VIRUSES HERPES SIMPLEXl amp EB VIRUS 2 MEASLES MUMPS RUBELLA E SMALLPOX l SYMPTOMS 2 THE VIRUS 3 PREVENTION AND THE WHO CAMPAIGN
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