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Viral Genetics

Viral Genetics

Viral Genetics. Microbiology: The Genetics of Viruses https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UEKS4w9bfJg. Viruses &Bacteria: simplest biological systems. Viruses: smaller/ simpler than bacteria Contain nucleic acid and protein ONLY

By elina
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Overview: Microbial Model Systems Viruses called bacteriophages

Overview: Microbial Model Systems Viruses called bacteriophages

0.5 m. Figure 18.1. Overview: Microbial Model Systems Viruses called bacteriophages Can infect and set in motion a genetic takeover of bacteria, such as Escherichia coli. E. coli and its viruses

By albert
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Transgenic mice: generation and husbandry

Transgenic mice: generation and husbandry

Transgenic mice: generation and husbandry. Transgenic vs. “knock-out”. Transgenic: an organism that has had DNA introduced into one or more of its cells artificially “transgenic”: DNA is integrated in a random fashion by injecting it into the pronucleus of a fertilized ovum

By Jimmy
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NEGATIVE STRAND RNA VIRUSES

NEGATIVE STRAND RNA VIRUSES

NEGATIVE STRAND RNA VIRUSES. (-) sense RNA genome: Genomic RNA is not translatable. Viral RNA is transcribed into (+)sense mRNA. RNA alone is not infectious. Virions contain RNA dependent RNA polymerase. Most, if not all viruses are enveloped.

By gore
(477 views)

THE CASCADE FROM HIV TESTING TO VIRAL SUPPRESSION

THE CASCADE FROM HIV TESTING TO VIRAL SUPPRESSION

GLOBAL AIDS UPDATE 2019. THE CASCADE FROM HIV TESTING TO VIRAL SUPPRESSION. HIV testing and treatment cascade, global, 2018. 40. Gap to reaching the first 90: 4.3 million. 35. Gap to reaching the first and second 90s: 7.4 million. 30. Gap to reaching all three 90s:

By heman
(110 views)

Exploring Genes

Exploring Genes

Biochemistry 3070. Exploring Genes. Recombinant DNA Technology. Recombinant DNA technology has revolutionized biochemistry since its inception in the early 1970’s. Utilizing enzymes that cut, join, and replicate DNA and/or RNA is a key concept in modern chemical and biological laboratories.

By massimo
(123 views)

Evaluation and management of Bell’s palsy

Evaluation and management of Bell’s palsy

Evaluation and management of Bell’s palsy. Chunfu Dai Otolaryngology Department Fudan University. 复旦大学眼耳鼻喉科医院. Definition. Rapid onset of the facial palsy Minimal associated symptoms Spontaneous recovery (80%) The diagnosis is made after the exclusion of other possibility. Etiology.

By khuong
(117 views)

Acute Pericarditis

Acute Pericarditis

Acute Pericarditis. Incidence – Post mortem 1-6%, diagnosed in only 0.1% of hospitalized patients. 5% of patients seen in emergency rooms with CP and no MI. Sequelae – Cardiac tamponade Recurrent pericarditis Pericardial constriction. Etiology.

By afi
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Human Parvovirus PARV4 in Blood and Plasma Products

Human Parvovirus PARV4 in Blood and Plasma Products

Human Parvovirus PARV4 in Blood and Plasma Products. Jacqueline Fryer National Institute for Biological Standards and Control SoGAT XX. Identification of PARV4 and detection in pooled plasma.

By felice
(187 views)

Salivary Infections

Salivary Infections

Salivary Infections. Viral endemic Parotitis (Mumps) Bacterial Sialadenitis. Mumps (Viral endemic parotitis). Mumps is an acute sialadenitis which caused by an RNA virus This RNA virus is the “paramxovirus” Other virus which can cause salivary infections are: Cytomegalovirus

By shiela
(637 views)

Pathophysiology of cardiovascular disease in haemoglobinopathies and rare anaemias

Pathophysiology of cardiovascular disease in haemoglobinopathies and rare anaemias

Pathophysiology of cardiovascular disease in haemoglobinopathies and rare anaemias 3rd Pan European Conference on haemoglobinopathies and rare anaemias 24-26 October 1912 Limassos Cyprus . A. Aessopos , M.D. First Dept. of Internal Medicine, University of Athens, Medical School.

By lilith
(142 views)

Federal Public Health Surveillance

Federal Public Health Surveillance

Federal Public Health Surveillance. Session 4, Part 2. Learning Objectives Session 4, Part 2. List federal public health surveillance systems relevant to epidemiology programs Discuss the major components of surveillance data analysis. Overview Session 4, Part 2.

By isolde
(147 views)

Lecture 1 PROKARYOTES AND VIRUSES

Lecture 1 PROKARYOTES AND VIRUSES

Lecture 1 PROKARYOTES AND VIRUSES. Viral Structure. Have viral genome of DNA/RNA (ss/ds) Viral genome is surrounded by capsid. Capsid is protein coat. Coat consists of 1 or >1 types of protein subunits arranged into rod-like/polyhedral shape.

By abrial
(123 views)

Status Report #2

Status Report #2

Status Report #2. By: Ashley Bue. Figure 1 : This is a close up image of my plaques from 10/15/2013. In this picture there are a few of my strange bacterial growths in the plaques. Phage Fun Facts. Phages’ play a essential role in the environment and our human lives.

By raina
(92 views)

Quiz on sexually transmitted diseases

Quiz on sexually transmitted diseases

Quiz on sexually transmitted diseases. 1. There are two categories of sexually transmitted diseases. They are. Sexual contact and Non-sexual contact. Contagious and Non-contagious. Viral and Bacterial. Fatal and Non-fatal. 2. Which of the following STDs is not caused by viral infection? .

By raven
(62 views)

Chapter 7

Chapter 7

Chapter 7. Community Ecology. Core Case Study: Why Should We Care about the American Alligator?. Hunters wiped out population to the point of near extinction. Alligators have important ecological role. Figure 7-1. Core Case Study: Why Should We Care about the American Alligator?.

By kato
(93 views)

Ding ding ding…the final countdown

Ding ding ding…the final countdown

Ding ding ding…the final countdown. Community & Convergence. MK120 Media, Communication, Society Lecture 9 – 11/5/12.

By dallon
(188 views)

Chapter 7

Chapter 7

Chapter 7. Community Ecology. Core Case Study: Why Should We Care about the American Alligator?. Hunters wiped out population to the point of near extinction. Alligators have important ecological role. Figure 7-1. Core Case Study: Why Should We Care about the American Alligator?.

By kamana
(64 views)

HTLV Barreiras do Tratamento I Simpósio Estadual de HTLV – RJ

HTLV Barreiras do Tratamento I Simpósio Estadual de HTLV – RJ

HTLV Barreiras do Tratamento I Simpósio Estadual de HTLV – RJ Rio de Janeiro, setembro de 2012 Augusto César Penalva de Oliveira Instituto de Infectologia Emílio Ribas Universidade de Campinas. PACIENTES COM TSP/HAM Tratamento Espec í fico. - Plasmaferese

By junior
(110 views)

Genetics Practice Questions

Genetics Practice Questions

Genetics Practice Questions. Standard 2a: ___is the production of offspring by one parent without the joining of a sperm or egg. A Sexual production B Asexual reproduction C DNA D Viral.

By brand
(151 views)

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