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For cells given a given multiplicity, more cells will die in a sample containing more of these
A dye which will inactivate viruses unless taken up into a cell; used to assess rate of virus entry
The transcriptase complex consists of these four molecules, in alphabetical order
A compound which causes cell nuclei to clump against the cell wall
A compound which prevents virus fusion within an endosome
The cell type in the respiratory tract which releases tryptase, cleaving HA of influenza
A technique where individual cells are fished out, infected, plated on a monolayer, and the number of IP's/cell is counted
An Adenovirus receptor
A common lysosomotrope
A fusion of two cells, as with sendai virus
Infectious Prion Protein
The order under which VSV falls
A human Satellite Virus
The process of removing a nucleus from a cell
An abundance of this gene product causes the VSV transcriptase to ignore intergenic sequences
Inhibitor of DNA dependent RNA synthesis
Protein which leads polio genome into the cytoplasm
A detergent used to extract RNA
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A Rhinovirus receptor which requires interaction in the virus 'canyon' for appropriate viral attachment
The order of VSV genes from 3' to 5'
An inhibitor of protein synthesis, used to show that VSV has its own transcriptase
A mononegavirales family; ex. Mumps
A mononegavirales family; ex. Ebola
Normal Prion Protein
A Different Rhinovirus Receptor which is not IgG-like
A disease contracted accidentally during treatment/operation
Method of detecting virus which can detect the production of viruses released from cells into which RNA was forced, controlled by freeze thawing to kill cells
A mononegavirales family; Incoporates into host cell genome
A +/- dsDNA virus which contains its own transcriptase
A paramyxovirus which binds sialic acid receptors, bringing cells close together; generally UV inactivated as HA proteins will still function
Small ssRNA molecules lacking genes for their replication, which modulate the course of an infection
A Satellite RNA which modulated that prognosis of Cucumber Mosaic Virus
A mononegavirales family; ex. VSV
The poliovirus receptor, not present in mouse cells
Attached to the 5' end of VSV mRNA so that the cell will begin to translate it
Researcher who fused mouse and Human cells

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