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93 termscreated on December 7, 2016
HIV and AIDS
AIDS
What are the 3 major ways of transmiss…
What puts you at increase risk for acq…
What 3 groups are recommended for PrEP?
HIV with presence of opportunistic infection of other AIDS de…
-sexual contact... -parenteral ... -Perinatal
-Receptive... -anal... -increased viral load... -Other STDs... -vaginal p…
-MSM... -Heterosexuals... -drug users (IV)
AIDS
HIV with presence of opportunistic infection of other AIDS de…
What are the 3 major ways of transmiss…
-sexual contact... -parenteral ... -Perinatal
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Health Unit 6 (6.1 - pg. 372-424 & 6.2 - pg. 546-632) - Final Exam
Drug
Zero-tolerance policy
Depressant
Fermentation
Chemical substance that is taken to cause changes in a person…
No drinking under the age of 21
Drug that slows brain and body reactions... In slowing the body…
Microorganisms called yeast feed on the sugars in food such a…
Drug
Chemical substance that is taken to cause changes in a person…
Zero-tolerance policy
No drinking under the age of 21
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PARASITOLOGIES - MALARIA, ETC
DEFINITIVE
INTERMEDIATE
RESERVOIR
NEMATODES
__ HOST WHERE PARASITE REACHES SEXUAL MATURITY
__ HOST HARBORS LARVAL OR SEXUAL STAGES OF PARASITE
__ HOST MAINTAINS PARASITE'S LIFE CYCLE AND HOST IN WHICH CYC…
ROUNDWORMS
DEFINITIVE
__ HOST WHERE PARASITE REACHES SEXUAL MATURITY
INTERMEDIATE
__ HOST HARBORS LARVAL OR SEXUAL STAGES OF PARASITE
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Pathogen group9 -micr22
HSV1 -HSv2 pathogenic properties
Varicella zoster virus (HHV3) pathogen…
Cytomegalovirus (CMV/HHV5) pathogenic…
Human papilloma virus ( HPV) pathogeni…
Multiplies in epithelium, producing cell destruction and blis…
Upper respiratory multiplication of virus followed by dissemi…
Damages many kinds of tissue, eg eyes, brain, liver. Latent i…
Infect deep layer of epithelium, cancer associated types inte…
HSV1 -HSv2 pathogenic properties
Multiplies in epithelium, producing cell destruction and blis…
Varicella zoster virus (HHV3) pathogen…
Upper respiratory multiplication of virus followed by dissemi…
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MCB 150 HIV/AIDS
Evasion and subversion of immune defen…
Immunodeficiency
AIDS
Kaposi's sarcoma
-pathogens have evolved strategies that allow them to modulat…
-deficiency of one (or more) component(s) of the immune system
-acquired immunodeficiency syndrome... -AIDS results from CD4+ T…
-classic opportunistic infection which, in the US, is only se…
Evasion and subversion of immune defen…
-pathogens have evolved strategies that allow them to modulat…
Immunodeficiency
-deficiency of one (or more) component(s) of the immune system
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Mid term 1-14
Seat belt laws are an example of:
T/F: Public health focuses on populati…
T/F: All public health policies are ba…
Which of the following activity is NOT…
Secondary pevention
True
False
Conduct research on the basic physiology of diseases
Seat belt laws are an example of:
Secondary pevention
T/F: Public health focuses on populati…
True
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Chapter 22.3 and 22.4 quiz
What is HIV
What is AIDS?
How does HIV Attack the immune system?
Is having more Helper T Cells good or…
The most serious incurable STI caused by human immunodeficien…
HIV Can lead to this, it is often fatal in the immune system.…
HIV infects Helper T cells, which stimulate other cells of th…
Good
What is HIV
The most serious incurable STI caused by human immunodeficien…
What is AIDS?
HIV Can lead to this, it is often fatal in the immune system.…
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Top 200 # 181-196
Tigecycline
Tirofiban
Tobramycin
Tranexamic Acid
Tygacil... Antibiotic, Glycylcycline... Bacterial Infection... IVPB... In…
Aggrastat... Antiplatelet, Glycoprotein IIb/IIIa inhibitor... Unsta…
N/A... Antibiotic, Aminoglycoside... Bacterial Infection... IVPB... Nephr…
Cyklokapron... Antihemolytic agent... Prevention and treatment of b…
Tigecycline
Tygacil... Antibiotic, Glycylcycline... Bacterial Infection... IVPB... In…
Tirofiban
Aggrastat... Antiplatelet, Glycoprotein IIb/IIIa inhibitor... Unsta…
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Micro Final
HIV virus name and disease
AIDS
Measles
Measles 3 C's
Human Immunodeficiency Virus, AIDS
Acquired immun-deficiency syndrome, severely weakened immune…
Measles Virus, Skin rash, fever, Kopliks's spots in mouth
Cough, Conjunctivitis(pink eye), Coryza(head cold)
HIV virus name and disease
Human Immunodeficiency Virus, AIDS
AIDS
Acquired immun-deficiency syndrome, severely weakened immune…
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16.4- Reproductive Tract Infections
General approach for STI testing
Trichomonas
Symptoms of Trichomonas infection in f…
Symptoms of Trichomonas infection in m…
- screen ANYONE you can think of!!... - test anyone from the age…
- protozoan- anaerobic parasitic flagellated protozoal infect…
- usually asymptomatic... - abdominal pain, dysuria... - vulvitis,…
- usually asymptomatic... - urethritis, prostatitis, epididimytis
General approach for STI testing
- screen ANYONE you can think of!!... - test anyone from the age…
Trichomonas
- protozoan- anaerobic parasitic flagellated protozoal infect…
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Microbio Final: Viral Multiplication
absorption (1)
penetration and uncoating (2)
synthesis (3)
assembly (4)
virus encounters host cell. absorbs to glycoproteins that cel…
entire virus is engulfed by cell and enclosed by vacuole or v…
replication and protein production. viral nucleic acid begins…
mature virus particles are constructed. insertion of viral sp…
absorption (1)
virus encounters host cell. absorbs to glycoproteins that cel…
penetration and uncoating (2)
entire virus is engulfed by cell and enclosed by vacuole or v…
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Lec 1 Immuno - Retroviruses and Oncogenic Viruses
Retroviruses (Retroviridae)
Trait
Lentiviruses "HIV"
Oncoviruses... Human T-Cell Leukemia Vir…
Traits... - (+) ssRNA, Enveloped... - Virion enclosing capsid conta…
Traits
Traits:... - Lenti = Slow... - infect mammals... - Genome encodes seve…
Traits... - Centrally located nucleocapsid core ... - infect mammal…
Retroviruses (Retroviridae)
Traits... - (+) ssRNA, Enveloped... - Virion enclosing capsid conta…
Trait
Traits
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Chapter 27
protective female system
vaginal mucosa
protective male system
causative agent of vulvovaginal candid…
-cervix filled with antimicrobial mucus except during menstru…
-glycogen converted to lactic acid by lactobacilli... -results i…
-prostate secretions have antimicrobial properties
-yeast infection... -candida albicans: yeast that is part of nor…
protective female system
-cervix filled with antimicrobial mucus except during menstru…
vaginal mucosa
-glycogen converted to lactic acid by lactobacilli... -results i…
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1021 Emerging Infectious Diseases
How did Ebola outbreak happen?
How did Dengue fever outbreak happen?
How did Zika spread
How did influenza spread
1. Human behavior... 2. Health Service... 3. Biology
1. Climate change: leading to warmer climate,vectors are able…
1. It is asymptomatic, so it is highly infectious
1. It is endemic, because there are two seasonal peaks each y…
How did Ebola outbreak happen?
1. Human behavior... 2. Health Service... 3. Biology
How did Dengue fever outbreak happen?
1. Climate change: leading to warmer climate,vectors are able…
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Human Sexual Behavior - Chapter 11 - Sexual Orientation
The Stonewall Riot
Sexual Orientation as Defined by Alfre…
Bisexuality
Sexual Orientation
During most of American history, Gay people have suffered leg…
During his research, he found that the majority of people hav…
This is a unique sexual orientation apart from heterosexual o…
This is the term for the sex of people a person is primarily…
The Stonewall Riot
During most of American history, Gay people have suffered leg…
Sexual Orientation as Defined by Alfre…
During his research, he found that the majority of people hav…
9 termscreated on December 7, 2016
words i want to know but shouldn't
кокаин
героин
Проститутка
пьяный
cocaine
Heroin
Prostitute
drunk
кокаин
cocaine
героин
Heroin
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Viruses and the Human Disease SHORT CUT WITH WORDS
What scientists were the pioneering sc…
What disease did the first virologists…
What is a virus?
enveloped virus
Ivanovsky, Mayer and Beijerinck
Tobacco Mosaic Virus (TMV)
An obligatory intracellular parasite that carries a nucleic a…
viruses that have an additional lipid membrane surrounding th…
What scientists were the pioneering sc…
Ivanovsky, Mayer and Beijerinck
What disease did the first virologists…
Tobacco Mosaic Virus (TMV)
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HIV
HIV
Reverse Transcriptase
Integrase
Protease
-Latency Period...Unaware of infection... -Retrovirus -Any group…
-Turns RNA into DNA ... -Causes a lot of errors (Mutations)
Allows DNA to become part of the genetic info
Breaks up polyprotein chains so they can make new protein.
HIV
-Latency Period...Unaware of infection... -Retrovirus -Any group…
Reverse Transcriptase
-Turns RNA into DNA ... -Causes a lot of errors (Mutations)
20 termscreated on December 7, 2016
Viral STIs
Genital Herpes
Genital Herpes
Genital Herpes
Genital Herpes
Genital itching + burning, severe pain, imitate symptoms of a…
Herpes Simplex Virus Type 2 (HSV-2)
Lesions begin with group of epithelial cells, cells lysed fol…
No animal reservoirs. Sexual transmission most likely to occu…
Genital Herpes
Genital itching + burning, severe pain, imitate symptoms of a…
Genital Herpes
Herpes Simplex Virus Type 2 (HSV-2)
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Human immunodeficiency virus- lecture 24
Virion proteins
Regulatory proteins:tat
Regulatory proteins: rev
Accessory proteins: nef
-Gag (group specific antigens... -Pol (reverse transcriptase and…
-transactivator of transcription ... -will inhibit MHC transcrip…
-regulator of virion proteins ... -binds RRE... -facilitates nuclea…
-negative regulatory factor... -can increase or decrease virus i…
Virion proteins
-Gag (group specific antigens... -Pol (reverse transcriptase and…
Regulatory proteins:tat
-transactivator of transcription ... -will inhibit MHC transcrip…
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Lifespan Ch.12 Study Guide
Gender roles
Gender stereotypes
Androgyny
Sexual orientation
the patterns of behavior that females and males should adopt…
overgeneralized and largely inaccurate beliefs about the char…
balancing or blending of both agent and communal traits
preference for sexual partners of the same or other sex
Gender roles
the patterns of behavior that females and males should adopt…
Gender stereotypes
overgeneralized and largely inaccurate beliefs about the char…
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CASAC PREP FINAL (1)
HEROIN (what is heroin)... (Heroin comes…
Effects of HEROIN ... (effects may be exp…
HEROIN TRANSMISSION DISEASES
HEROIN OVERDOSE - If a large amount or…
Heroin is a depressant drug, which means it slows down the me…
Intense pleasure and pain relief ... Relaxation, drowsiness and…
Injecting heroin and sharing needles may also cause: Tetanus…
If a large amount or a strong batch of heroin is consumed, th…
HEROIN (what is heroin)... (Heroin comes…
Heroin is a depressant drug, which means it slows down the me…
Effects of HEROIN ... (effects may be exp…
Intense pleasure and pain relief ... Relaxation, drowsiness and…
15 termscreated on December 7, 2016
Viruses Vocab
virus
capsid
viral envelopes
bacteriophages/ phages
an infectious particle consisting of little more than genes p…
the protein shell enclosing the viral genome... -may be rod-shap…
a membranous envelope that surrounds the capsids of the virus…
have most complex capsids ... -elongated icosahedral heads enclo…
virus
an infectious particle consisting of little more than genes p…
capsid
the protein shell enclosing the viral genome... -may be rod-shap…
51 termscreated on December 7, 2016
Urogental Tract Infections
The urinary tract is comprised of
a rich source of nutrient for microbes…
filters blood and removes toxic metabo…
opening of the urinary tract, prevents…
kidney, ureter, bladder, urethra
urine
kidney
sphincter action
The urinary tract is comprised of
kidney, ureter, bladder, urethra
a rich source of nutrient for microbes…
urine
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Blood Bank II - Exam #1
autologous whole blood donation interval
whole blood donation interval
double red cell donation interval
PLT apheresis donation interval
3 days between, no sooner than 72 hrs before intended use
8 weeks / 56 days
16 weeks
48 hrs
autologous whole blood donation interval
3 days between, no sooner than 72 hrs before intended use
whole blood donation interval
8 weeks / 56 days
20 termscreated on December 7, 2016
nutrition
disclosure refers to
A cancer that arises from muscle or bo…
What factor has been associated with a…
What clinical effect is most commonly…
a patient's right to be fully informed of a treatment's benef…
sarcoma
Intake of salt-preserved foods
Hypertension
disclosure refers to
a patient's right to be fully informed of a treatment's benef…
A cancer that arises from muscle or bo…
sarcoma
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1070 Exam
What is body image?
What is body esteem?
What is sexuality?
What is gender identity?
Mental picture we form of our bodies
Emotional consequence of body image
Includes the feelings, attitudes and behaviours that contribu…
which is how you, in your head, define and understand your ge…
What is body image?
Mental picture we form of our bodies
What is body esteem?
Emotional consequence of body image
96 termscreated on December 7, 2016
Health 311 Infectious FINAL EXAM
Define TB MDR/XDR/TDR
What is a granuloma?
What is a Gohn focus?
What is a Gohn complex?
...
...
...
...
Define TB MDR/XDR/TDR
...
What is a granuloma?
...
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immunodeficiency diseases
B cell deficiencies
T cell deficiencies
X-linked SCID
Autosomal SCID
absent or reduced follicles in the LN... low or absent Ig level…
Reduced T-cell zones (cortex) in the LN... Reduced DTH reactions…
deficiency due to inhibition of cytokine signaling (γc mutati…
mutations that affect replicating cells ... ADA/PNP-toxic purine…
B cell deficiencies
absent or reduced follicles in the LN... low or absent Ig level…
T cell deficiencies
Reduced T-cell zones (cortex) in the LN... Reduced DTH reactions…
307 termscreated on December 7, 2016
MBIO Final Study Set
What is pathology the study of?
What is the difference between an infe…
What is an etiologic agent?
Define the terms microbial pathogenesi…
Study of disease
Infection: Invasion of colonization of the body by a pathogen…
Cause of disease
Microbial pathogenesis: Characteristic/traits microbe has tha…
What is pathology the study of?
Study of disease
What is the difference between an infe…
Infection: Invasion of colonization of the body by a pathogen…
128 termscreated on December 7, 2016
Final - Micro, Micro test 6, Micro Test 5, Microbiology Chapter 12
Viremia
Flea bites
Retroviruses can permanently integrate…
Mosquitoes
What is the medical term for high level viral presence in the…
How is Bubonic plague transmitted to humans?
What are characteristics of retroviruses?
What is the causative organism of malaria?
Viremia
What is the medical term for high level viral presence in the…
Flea bites
How is Bubonic plague transmitted to humans?
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ch 23 lecture exam
what does cytisis mean
which pathogen is most associated with…
why is it critical to treat pyelonephr…
what percentage of individuals with a…
common inflammation of the bladder
e. coli
untreated can lead to inflammation
50%
what does cytisis mean
common inflammation of the bladder
which pathogen is most associated with…
e. coli
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26/27 causative agents
streptococcus pneumoniae
neisseria meningitides
haemophilus influenzae
mycobacterium leprae
pneumococcal meningitis
meningococcal meningitis
haemophilus influenza meningitis
hansen's disease
streptococcus pneumoniae
pneumococcal meningitis
neisseria meningitides
meningococcal meningitis
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Epi 621 Final
Most women in the US regardless of rac…
Heterosexual sex accounts for 91% of H…
Experiencing violence increases the ri…
1.49% of Black Women in the US (18-49…
True
True
True
True
Most women in the US regardless of rac…
True
Heterosexual sex accounts for 91% of H…
True
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WGS 340 Final Exam
Sexting
Problematic explanations for girls' se…
Ideology of internet privacy: personal
Information vs commercial information
sexual explicit texts or social media
Biological- "teen brain theory"- too many hormones, thebrain…
...
...
Sexting
sexual explicit texts or social media
Problematic explanations for girls' se…
Biological- "teen brain theory"- too many hormones, thebrain…
54 termscreated on December 7, 2016
Family Centered Nursing Final Exam
Maternal Conditions/Risks that Effect…
Mastitis
Endometriosis
Bonding/Attachment to Newborns
-Diabetes... -Smoking... -Alcohol... -Failure to gain enough weight (e…
Refers to an infection of the connective tissue of the mammar…
Refers to an infection of the uterine lining... *-Most common po…
HEALTHY BONDING BEHAVIORS:... -Naming the newborn... -Calling the n…
Maternal Conditions/Risks that Effect…
-Diabetes... -Smoking... -Alcohol... -Failure to gain enough weight (e…
Mastitis
Refers to an infection of the connective tissue of the mammar…
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Clc Quiz 12
1. Organ in the medastinum that produc…
Which of the following are NOT common…
1. An extraordinary hypersensitivity t…
Match the lymph nodes with their locat…
1. thymus gland = Organ in the medastinum that produces T lym…
sharing utensils... kissing
1. anaphylaxis = An extraordinary hypersensitivity to a forei…
inguinal nodes = Near the groin ... cervical nodes = On the nec…
1. Organ in the medastinum that produc…
1. thymus gland = Organ in the medastinum that produces T lym…
Which of the following are NOT common…
sharing utensils... kissing
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Random Path Test III
If a hemorrhage in the CNS occurs some…
Where do aneurysms typically occur?... Wh…
What meninge do meningiomas tend to af…
What type of necrosis is present in ab…
-no ... -small arteries and arterioles
-at branch points ... -internal carotid complex (35%), anterior…
-arachnoid... -astrocytoma - astrocytes navigate freely in brain…
-liquefactive necrosis (neutrophils release proteases)... -wall…
If a hemorrhage in the CNS occurs some…
-no ... -small arteries and arterioles
Where do aneurysms typically occur?... Wh…
-at branch points ... -internal carotid complex (35%), anterior…
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BIOL 1201 Moroney Final Exam: Ch 18-50
Promoter
Operator
Lactose
3-5%
DNA sequence that binds RNA polymerase.
DNA sequence that binds a repressor protein
For transcription, you MUST have. ... No __________________, no…
In Eukaryotic Gene expression, ____ to ____% of the genes in…
Promoter
DNA sequence that binds RNA polymerase.
Operator
DNA sequence that binds a repressor protein
67 termscreated on December 7, 2016
ESRM Exam 3 (Final)
Please answer correctly, as it will be…
Which of the following effects of glob…
Which of the following is true of recl…
Which of the following is a valid nega…
Environmental Science
Increased carbon dioxide causes increased plant growth, which…
They are often used as parks or golf courses
Since healthcare costs contribute to a higher GDP, a society…
Please answer correctly, as it will be…
Environmental Science
Which of the following effects of glob…
Increased carbon dioxide causes increased plant growth, which…
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Shobnom A&P 2 Final: Immune
Acquired immune deficiency syndrome
_____ people have HIV
____ % of HIV affected people are women
_____ % of HIV cases in developing cou…
AIDS
33 million
50%
90%
Acquired immune deficiency syndrome
AIDS
_____ people have HIV
33 million
44 termscreated on December 7, 2016
Medical Nutrition Therapy Final
Which of the following is not one of t…
The 3 main types of prescription medic…
Which of the following is not a clinic…
Which of the following is a source of…
C. Death
B. Platinol
A. Sonogram
Oysters
Which of the following is not one of t…
C. Death
The 3 main types of prescription medic…
B. Platinol
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Microorganism
Tuberculosis
Strep. pneumoniae
Chlamydia
Viruses
Bacteria, mycobacterium tub.... Usually attacks the lungs but ca…
Gram positive... Signigigant pathogen under anaerobic conditions…
Most common STD... Causes pelvic inflammatory condition in women…
Need to live in eukaryotic cells, binds, engulfed and enters…
Tuberculosis
Bacteria, mycobacterium tub.... Usually attacks the lungs but ca…
Strep. pneumoniae
Gram positive... Signigigant pathogen under anaerobic conditions…
27 termscreated on December 7, 2016
Quiz 8 practice flashcards
What is the causative agent or group o…
The circulation of an agent in the blo…
How would crowded conditions cause the…
What's the difference between bacterem…
Gram-negatives due to endotoxin
c. -emia.
c. Plague is transmitted by infected fleas-these fleas may be…
b. Bacteremia is the presence of living, multiplying bacteria…
What is the causative agent or group o…
Gram-negatives due to endotoxin
The circulation of an agent in the blo…
c. -emia.
17 termscreated on December 7, 2016
Biology quiz
digesive enzymes
a prokaryote dosent have a
bacteria=
What does a virus do to cause a cold?
-not lysosomes... -er... -golgi apparatus... -cell membrane
nuclues or nuclear membrane
toxins
it damages cells and uses machinery (in cell) to make more vi…
digesive enzymes
-not lysosomes... -er... -golgi apparatus... -cell membrane
a prokaryote dosent have a
nuclues or nuclear membrane
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antiviral agents
Amantadine
Enfuvirtide (Fuzeon)
Immunoglobulin (antibodies)
Interferon alpha
Blocks M2 ion channel, inhibits dissassembly and penetration…
__________... Blocks penetration, CD4 analog... HIV
__________... blocks attachment +/or penetration... HAV, HBV, CMV,…
_______... Blocks transcription, protein synthesis... HAV, HBV, HCV…
Amantadine
Blocks M2 ion channel, inhibits dissassembly and penetration…
Enfuvirtide (Fuzeon)
__________... Blocks penetration, CD4 analog... HIV
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Viruses & Bacteriophages - Micro 228 Final
Viruses usually exhibit ______________…
Host specificity determined by presenc…
Virion size range is _____________ nm…
All virions contain:... ______________ wh…
SPECIFICITY
RECEPTORS
10-400
Nucleocapsid Nucleic acid Protein coat
Viruses usually exhibit ______________…
SPECIFICITY
Host specificity determined by presenc…
RECEPTORS
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B2L7 Mental Disorder Secondary to a Medical Condition
What are some common neurological prob…
What are some common infectious and in…
What are some systemic infections that…
What are some systemic infections that…
head trauma, degenerative brain disease, demyelinating diseas…
encephalitis, slow virus, systemic infection or inflammation
HIV, SLE
sepsis, pneumonia, UTI
What are some common neurological prob…
head trauma, degenerative brain disease, demyelinating diseas…
What are some common infectious and in…
encephalitis, slow virus, systemic infection or inflammation
56 termscreated on December 7, 2016
chapter 1 and 2
Who was the first person to have obser…
Which of the following concerning Koch…
Who first developed a Taxonomic system…
The first disease proven to be of bact…
a. Leeuwenhoek
d. A suspected path. may be found in some individuals but not…
b. Linnaeus
c. Anthrax
Who was the first person to have obser…
a. Leeuwenhoek
Which of the following concerning Koch…
d. A suspected path. may be found in some individuals but not…
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GH Final
Legionnaire's Disease is a rare tropic…
In South Korea, the process of industr…
One of the leading risk factors for in…
Prevalence is the term used in public…
False
False, lead to lower rates of fetal loss
True,
False, incidence is new cases
Legionnaire's Disease is a rare tropic…
False
In South Korea, the process of industr…
False, lead to lower rates of fetal loss
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