MVST1B BOD Pathology Viruses

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a toga/flavi virus zoonotic infection growing in macrophages as well as directly attacking endothelium. Can cause haemorrhagic fever.
can cause congenital malformation thus vaccinated against
A hepadna virus
A calci virus, responsible for winter vomiting disease
A corona virus
systemic infection spread along blood/lymph/nerve tracts
causes bronchitis, recent talk of vaccine
subtype of herpes causing genital herpes
zoonotic systemic and cns infection, high morbidity
papova virus causing experimental rodent tumors
targetted by a virus-like particle vaccine (capsid w/o nucleic acid)
targetted by tamiflu
associated with cervical cancer
acute in b cells and latent in memory b cells
causes Kaposi's sarcoma
Generally infectious as M-tropic, mutating to T-tropic later
a picorna virus
causes membrane modification
persistent infection causing common warts or genital warts or genital warts
Codes soluble interferon receptors
lytic, liberated en mass (thus AB and IgA important), stable in environment and requires quarantine and slaughter. picorna virus.
Codes a viral EGF for cell stimulation
Toga/flavi virus, classical version of recent pandemic
example of polyprotein processing by post-transcriptional cleavage (chemo targets)
Main example of an orthomyxovirus
dsDNA virus replicating cytosolicly as contains transcription materials in virion
a toga/flavi virus causing acute and chronic hepatitis
a rhabdo virus
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causes contagious neoplastic disease in chickens
causes a highly lytic hepatitis, picornavirus
targetted by a sialic acid analogue
causes cell stimulation and encodes enzymes to increase nucleotide availability. Latent infection
bullet shaped helical capsid
treated by quarantine, animal slaughter, immune serum and killed vaccine. May in future be targetted by rational attenuation, or a surface Ag in vaccinia (used on foxes)
acquired via respiratory route but a systemic infection. Acute, only in humans, antigenically stable. Infects WBCs.
Codes ribonucleotide reducing enzymes (produces dNTP)
faeco-oral transmitted infection targetted by a killed vaccine
causes acute enteric infection and myelitis in the CNS
Successfully targetted by interferon therapy
a reo virus - causes infantile diarrhoea, superficial and acute
targetted by aciclovir/acyclovir
causes burkitt's lymphoma and glandular fever
related to measles and resp syncytial virus, entering via resp tract
wbc infection that can persist in the CNS to cause a chronic demyelinating disease. ssRNA enveloped.
encephalitis causing toga/flavi virus
Can induce cell transformation
codes Fc receptor molecules to evade antibody response
causes common cold and susceptibility to secondary infection
has multiple entry/exit routes, infecting monocytes latently and macrophages acutely. bad in the immunocompromised
causes cell stimulation via cell-cycle entry factors and codes a protein to retain MHC1 in ER. Respiratory and enteric types
live attenuated vaccine can rid this infection commonly caught in early school years, infecting WBCs.
Infects RBC precursors, bad for anaemic patients. Leads to enteritis. ssDNA non-enveloped.
subtype of herpes causing cold sores
causes chicken pox (mucosal infection) and shingles (reactivation from latent in sensory neurones)
Used to deliver smallpox vaccine
a paramyxo virus

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