Chapter 17 Viruses
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Protein coat, only layer surrounding some viruses
Nonliving particle made up of nucleic acid and a protein coat or nucleic acid and lipid-protein coat
Inserted viral DNA in a host cell's chromosome; transcribed into mRNA and then into viral proteins
RNA virus that contain reverse transcriptase and RNA
Uses RNA as template to make DNA, which then inserts into host cell's genome.
Virus invades host cell, produces new viruses, and ruptures host cell when releasing newly formed viruses in this cycle
Infection cycle that allows viruses to hide in their host cell for long periods of time.
Virus whose replication includes lysogenic cycle
Phage DNA that is integrated into a specific site of host cell's chromosome; replicated when host bacterium replicates its own DNA
an enzyme produced chiefly by certain bacteria, having the property of cleaving DNA molecules at or near a specific sequence of bases.
Class of drugs that blocks synthesis of new viral capsids.
Along with the CD4+ receptor, this cell surface molecule is used by HIV to fuse with the host's cell membranes
A form of flu that originated in swine and killed 9000 people in 2009
Smallest known particles that are able to replicate
An infection agent that is a misfolded version of a normal cellular protein.
A virus that infects bacteria, also called a phage.
Sections of DNA in between palindromes that are DNA from previously infected viruses and are used to identify and destroy the virus if attacks a second time
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