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Single-stranded DNA, non-enveloped. Parvoviridae Human parvovirus Fifth disease Anemia. Double-stranded DNA, non-enveloped. Mastadenovirus Respiratory infections Tumors. Double-stranded DNA, non-enveloped. named for papillomas (warts) and polyomas (tumors) Papillomavirus

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Single stranded dna non enveloped
Single-stranded DNA, non-enveloped

  • Parvoviridae

    • Human parvovirus

    • Fifth disease

    • Anemia


Double stranded dna non enveloped
Double-stranded DNA, non-enveloped

  • Mastadenovirus

    • Respiratory infections

    • Tumors


Double stranded dna non enveloped1
Double-stranded DNA, non-enveloped

  • named for papillomas (warts) and polyomas (tumors)

  • Papillomavirus

    • human papilloma virus

    • one of the leading STD’s in the U.S.


  • Double stranded dna enveloped
    Double-stranded DNA, enveloped

    • Cause diseases involving pus-filled skin lesions (pox)

  • Orthopoxvirus

    • smallpox (variola) virus

  • Molluscipoxvirus

    • molluscum contagiosum, cowpox


  • Double stranded dna enveloped1
    Double-stranded DNA, enveloped

    • named for spreading (herpetic) sores

    • Some can remain latent

    • Simplexvirus (HHV-1 & 2)

      • cold sores and genital herpes

    • Varicellavirus (HHV-3)

      • chickenpox

    • Lympocryptovirus (HHV-4)

      • infectious mononucleosis

    • Roseolovirus (HHV-6)

      • roseola

    • (HHV-8)

      • Kaposi’s sarcoma, in AIDS patients


    Double stranded dna enveloped2
    Double-stranded DNA, enveloped

    • Hepadnavirus

      • Hepatitis B virus

      • Hepatitis and liver tumors

      • reverse transcriptase

      • oncovirus


    Single stranded rna strand non enveloped
    Single-stranded RNA, + strand, non-enveloped

    • Smallest viruses

  • Enterovirus

    • 70 known Enteroviruses including the poliovirus

  • Rhinovirus

    • More than 100 exist

    • Primary cause of common cold

  • Hepatitis A virus


  • Single stranded rna strand non enveloped1
    Single-stranded RNA, + strand, non-enveloped

    • Hepatitis E virus

    • Norovirus

      • causes gastroenteritis


    Single stranded rna strand enveloped
    Single-stranded RNA, + strand, enveloped

    • Arbovirus

      • functional grouping

      • replicate in arthropods

    • Alphavirus

      • include EEE, WEE viruses

    • Rubivirus

      • rubella

      • Transmitted by respiratory route


    Single stranded rna strand enveloped1
    Single-stranded RNA, + strand, enveloped

    • Arbovirus

    • Flavivirus

      • West Nile virus

      • Hepatitis C virus

      • Yellow fever virus

      • Dengue fever virus


    Single stranded rna strand enveloped2
    Single-stranded RNA, + strand, enveloped

    • Coronavirus

      • Upper respiratory infections and the common cold

      • SARS virus


    Single stranded rna strand enveloped3
    Single-stranded RNA, – strand, enveloped

    • Bullet shaped with spikes

  • Lyssavirus

    • rabies virus

    • numerous other animal diseases


  • Single stranded rna strand one strand
    Single-stranded RNA, – strand, one strand

    • Filovirus

      • Enveloped, helical viruses

      • Ebola and Marburg viruses


    Single stranded rna strand one strand1
    Single-stranded RNA, – strand, one strand

    • Paramyxovirus

      • parainfluenza and mumps

    • Morbillivirus

      • Measles-like virus


    Single stranded rna strand one strand2
    Single-stranded RNA, – strand, one strand

    • Hepatitis D virus

      • Depends on coinfection with Hepadnavirus (hepatitis B)


    Single stranded rna strand multiple strands
    Single-stranded RNA, – strand, multiple strands

    • Influenzavirus

      • Influenza viruses A, B and C

        • Envelope spikes can agglutinate RBCs


    Single stranded rna strand multiple strands1
    Single-stranded RNA, – strand, multiple strands

    • Bunyavirus

      • California Encephalitis virus

    • Hantavirus

      • Pulmonary syndrome associated with rodents and hemorrhagic fevers


    Single stranded rna strand multiple strands2
    Single-stranded RNA, – strand, multiple strands

    • Arenavirus

      • Helical capsids contain RNA-containing granules

      • Lassa Fever


    Single stranded rna two strands produce dna
    Single-stranded RNA, two + strands, produce DNA

    • Lentivirus

      • Human Immunodeficiency Virus

      • Reverse transcriptase

    • Oncovirus

      • Includes all RNA tumor viruses

      • Causes tumors and leukemia


    Double stranded rna non enveloped
    Double-stranded RNA, non-enveloped

    • Reovirus

      • Mild respiratory infections

    • Rotavirus

      • gastroenteritis


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