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43 terms
Virology - diseases
Human Papilloma Virus
BK Virus
Human T-cell Leukemia/Lymphoma virus 2…
Human T0cell Leukemia/Lymphoma Virus 1…
genital warts and cervical cancer
PML (progressive multifocal leukoencephalopathy), chronic dem…
Tropical Spastic Paraparesis (TSP)
adult T-cell leukemia/lymphoma and Tropical Spastic Parapares…
Human Papilloma Virus
genital warts and cervical cancer
BK Virus
PML (progressive multifocal leukoencephalopathy), chronic dem…
Virology Diseases
HPV Morphology
HPV
Low Risk HPV
High Risk HPV
-Naked capsid... -dsDNA (-) DNA poly... -Icosahedral
Causes squamous cancers (genitals, mucus membranes ) of epith…
6 and 11, genital warts (condylomas)
16, 18, 31, & 45 : ... Cervical (≈70% 16) Cancers... Oral & Throat…
HPV Morphology
-Naked capsid... -dsDNA (-) DNA poly... -Icosahedral
HPV
Causes squamous cancers (genitals, mucus membranes ) of epith…
46 terms
Virology Diseases
Herpes Simplex Type I
Herpes Simplex Type II
Varicella-zoster
Epstein-Barr
Herpes labialis (cold sores) on skin/ganglia
Herpes genitalias skin/ganglia
chickenpox or shingles- skin/dermatomes
Mononucleosis, others- systemic/spleen
Herpes Simplex Type I
Herpes labialis (cold sores) on skin/ganglia
Herpes Simplex Type II
Herpes genitalias skin/ganglia
Virology Diseases
what type of virus is cytomegalovirus?
what is the most common congenital inf…
what infections are immunocompromised…
how is CMV transmitted?
herpes... *viral family: herpes simplex, epstein barr, varicell…
CMV
-esophagitis... -retinitis... -colitis... -pneumonitis
-ALL body secretions (urine, saliva, semen, intrauterine infe…
what type of virus is cytomegalovirus?
herpes... *viral family: herpes simplex, epstein barr, varicell…
what is the most common congenital inf…
CMV
Virology Diseases
chickenpox
mononucleosis
hepatitis
encephalitis
herpesvirus
herpesvirus
herpesvirus
herpesvirus
chickenpox
herpesvirus
mononucleosis
herpesvirus
7 terms
Virology - Bovine Vesicular Disease
why are vesicular disease important?
what is vesicular stomatitis?
how is vesicular stomatitis transmitted?
who is affected by vesicular stomatitis?
can mimic FMD, and FMD can be devastating to cattle industry
RNA... - influenza-like illness in humans... - only in western hemi…
animals:... - sand flies and black flies... - direct contact... human…
- cattle, horses, donkeys, pigs, SA camelids... - morbidity 5-…
why are vesicular disease important?
can mimic FMD, and FMD can be devastating to cattle industry
what is vesicular stomatitis?
RNA... - influenza-like illness in humans... - only in western hemi…
80 terms
Canine disease- Virology
What are the characteristics of Rabies…
Is rabies zoonotic?
Does rabies viruses have the same sero…
What is the pathogenesis of Rabies?
1. Family of Rhadoviridae... 2. ssRNA negative ... 3. Bullet-shaped…
yes... prevalent in wildlife ... N. america= foxes, skunks, raccoon…
yes, different genotypes
bite of a rapid animal ( dog) ... acute infection of CNS= fatal
What are the characteristics of Rabies…
1. Family of Rhadoviridae... 2. ssRNA negative ... 3. Bullet-shaped…
Is rabies zoonotic?
yes... prevalent in wildlife ... N. america= foxes, skunks, raccoon…
7 terms
Virology - Bovine GI disease
which viruses cause GI disease?
what is rotavirus?
what CS do you see with rotavirus?
what pathology do you see with rotavir…
- rotavirus... - coronavirus... - BVDV
reovirus (RNA) ... - worldwide dist... - interspecies transmission…
- incubation pd: 12-36h... - anorexia>depression>salivation>diar…
- no gross lesions... - infects matures enterocytes... - virus repl…
which viruses cause GI disease?
- rotavirus... - coronavirus... - BVDV
what is rotavirus?
reovirus (RNA) ... - worldwide dist... - interspecies transmission…
Infectious Diseases - Virology
Virus
Viruses
Ubiquitous
NO FREE LIVING VIRUSES
small obligate intracellular parasite (17-300nm)
Consist of NUCLEIC ACID and PROTEIN
Viruses of plants, animals, fungi, ....etc
...
Virus
small obligate intracellular parasite (17-300nm)
Viruses
Consist of NUCLEIC ACID and PROTEIN
65 terms
Virology 2: Disease and Diagnostics
Poliovirus infects the ____________ of…
Steps of Polio (RNA / positive virus:)…
Good summary / chart for Polio:... The R…
Polio life cycle takes how long?... One…
central nervous system... poliomylitis
1) adsorption... 2) penetration into the cell... 3) RNA released =…
(numbers not the same as ^ towards the end)
4-6 hours... 10,000... cytoplasm
Poliovirus infects the ____________ of…
central nervous system... poliomylitis
Steps of Polio (RNA / positive virus:)…
1) adsorption... 2) penetration into the cell... 3) RNA released =…
32 terms
Virology to Infectious Disease 2016
What type of virus is responsible?
How does this virus cause disease (fro…
What gross or microscopic changes resu…
What are the features (e.g. signs, sym…
Etiology
Pathogenesis
Morphology
Clinical Features (Includes Differential)
What type of virus is responsible?
Etiology
How does this virus cause disease (fro…
Pathogenesis
44 terms
virology- virus and disease
herpes simplex type 1
herpes simplex type 2
varicella-zoster
epstein-barr
skin/ganglia- herpes labialis (cold sore)
skin/ganglia- herpes genitalis
skin- chicken pox
systemic/spleen- mononucleosis
herpes simplex type 1
skin/ganglia- herpes labialis (cold sore)
herpes simplex type 2
skin/ganglia- herpes genitalis
111 terms
Virology: Family and Disease Matching
Equine Influenza
Avian Influenza
Canine Influenza
Swine Influenza
Orthomyxoviridae
Orthomyxoviridae
Orthomyxoviridae
Orthomyxoviridae
Equine Influenza
Orthomyxoviridae
Avian Influenza
Orthomyxoviridae
Virology Test 2 diseases
adeno
adeno
adeno
adeno
acute febrile pharyngitis
acute respiratory disease
acute hemorrhagic cystitis
epidemic keratoconjunctivitis
adeno
acute febrile pharyngitis
adeno
acute respiratory disease
Diseases Test 2 Virology
Viruses
Viroids
nucleic acids, protein lipids and carb…
Tropism
infect all living things... among smallest of infectious agents…
RNA without a protein coat... only found in plants
What are viruses made of?
allows viruses to be species specific... modulated by surface re…
Viruses
infect all living things... among smallest of infectious agents…
Viroids
RNA without a protein coat... only found in plants
34 terms
Virology: Childhood diseases
Measles Virus
Measles
Measles proteins
Measles infection
Paramyxovirus... • Genome: (-)ssRNA... • Virion: enveloped... Most dan…
Replicates in cell, fusion protein causes syncytia
L - polymerase... • P (C&V) - phosphoprotein... • H - hemagglutinin…
Inhale aerosol droplets
Measles Virus
Paramyxovirus... • Genome: (-)ssRNA... • Virion: enveloped... Most dan…
Measles
Replicates in cell, fusion protein causes syncytia
32 terms
Virology: bovine foreign diseases
What type of virus causes vesicular st…
Is vesicular stomatitis zoonotic?
Is vesicular stomatitis notifiable?
How is vesicular stomatitis tranmissted?
RNA
yes, flu like symptoms in people
yes!!!!
sand flies and black flies... direct contact
What type of virus causes vesicular st…
RNA
Is vesicular stomatitis zoonotic?
yes, flu like symptoms in people
virology classification/ families & Diseases
viridae
virinae
virus
Viruses are grouped into families ... acc…
family... ex:parvoviridae... grouped into families according to th…
subgroup
genus... parvovirus
1. Nucleic acid (DNA or RNA)... 2. Morphology of virion... 3. strat…
viridae
family... ex:parvoviridae... grouped into families according to th…
virinae
subgroup
42 terms
Virology: Respiratory Viral Diseases
Why ID Respiratory Viruses
Viruses of Respiratory Disease
Define viral agent
Hemagglutinin (H)
Advance warning of spread-prevention of epidemics, nosocomial…
Influenza A and B... ParaInfluenza types 1,2,3, and 4... Respirator…
Irregularly shaped spherical particles... Single stranded RNA wi…
Agglutinates erythrocytes... Responsible for viral attachment to…
Why ID Respiratory Viruses
Advance warning of spread-prevention of epidemics, nosocomial…
Viruses of Respiratory Disease
Influenza A and B... ParaInfluenza types 1,2,3, and 4... Respirator…
Medical Virology Viral Diseases
Rubeola
Rubella
Varicella
Herpes Zoster
Measles... Measles virus
German Measles ... Rubella virus
Chicken pox... Varicella zoster virus
Shingles... VZV
Rubeola
Measles... Measles virus
Rubella
German Measles ... Rubella virus
Medical Virology Viral Diseases
rubeola (measles)
rubella (German measles)
varicella (chickenpox)
herpes zoster (shingles)
measles virus
rubella virus
varicella-zoster virus (VZV)
varicella-zoster virus (VZV)
rubeola (measles)
measles virus
rubella (German measles)
rubella virus
29 terms
Virology-- diseases (Q2)
polio
coxsackie
echo
rhinovirus
picornavirus
picornavirus
picornavirus
picornavirus
polio
picornavirus
coxsackie
picornavirus
Diseased caused (virology)
Chicken pox
Dengue fever
German measles
Hepatitis
Varicella-zoster virus
Flavivirus
Rubella/Togavirus
Hepa A- infectious hepatitis... Hepa B- transfusion hepatitis... He…
Chicken pox
Varicella-zoster virus
Dengue fever
Flavivirus
Virology- emerging and evolving disease
What is an emerging disease?
What factors can cause disease emergen…
What are the three steps involved in v…
Newly appeared in a population, is increasing in incidence ra…
Microbial adaptation... Host susceptibility... Ecological change (f…
SPILLOVER: an event where virus spreads from resovoir to new…
Basic reproductive ratio... How many onward infections will he…
What is an emerging disease?
Newly appeared in a population, is increasing in incidence ra…
What factors can cause disease emergen…
Microbial adaptation... Host susceptibility... Ecological change (f…
Virology 18: Marek's Disease
What is a virus-induced neoplastic dis…
How is the genome for Marek's disease…
What are the 3 serotypes of MDV?
Is MDV enveloped?
Marek's disease
dsDNA
Serotype 1: oncogenic... Serotype 2: non-oncogenic... Serotype 3: t…
Yes
What is a virus-induced neoplastic dis…
Marek's disease
How is the genome for Marek's disease…
dsDNA
Medical Virology & Viral Diseases
Rubeola (Measles)
Rubella (German Measles)
Varicella (Chickenpox)
Herpes Zoster (Shingles)
Measles viurs... -prodromal period (fever, sneezing, coughing, r…
Rubella virus... -Droplet precautions... -S/S:rash starting on face…
Varicella-Zoster virus (VZV)... -spreads via mucosa (respiratory…
Varicella-Zoster virus (VZV)... -reactivation of varicella virus…
Rubeola (Measles)
Measles viurs... -prodromal period (fever, sneezing, coughing, r…
Rubella (German Measles)
Rubella virus... -Droplet precautions... -S/S:rash starting on face…
29 terms
Virology - CNS diseases
alphavirus
togaviridae
mosquitoes
culiseta melanura
genus of all of the equine encephalitis'
family of all of the equine encephalitis'
most important transmitter of EEE
mosquito that only bites birds that transmits EEE between the…
alphavirus
genus of all of the equine encephalitis'
togaviridae
family of all of the equine encephalitis'
21 terms
Dental Diseases & Intro to Virology
Dental Plaque
Caries Requirements
Cariogenic Bacteria
Virus
-Corncob Arrangement: A central gram negative filamentous cor…
1. A Susceptible Tooth... 2. Diet rich in fermentable carbs... 3. A…
-Acidogenicity: Ability to rapidly metabolize sugars to acids…
package of genetic info. protected by a protein shell for del…
Dental Plaque
-Corncob Arrangement: A central gram negative filamentous cor…
Caries Requirements
1. A Susceptible Tooth... 2. Diet rich in fermentable carbs... 3. A…
49 terms
Microbio: Virology Diseases and Test
How viruses cause disease
Viral infections of skin
viral infections of eyes
Viral infections of the upper respirat…
destruction of host cells by lysis or budding
chickenpox, measles, monkeypox, smallpox, warts
adenovirus, herpes virus, varicella virus
rhinovirus, coronavirus, parainfluenza virus, respiratory syn…
How viruses cause disease
destruction of host cells by lysis or budding
Viral infections of skin
chickenpox, measles, monkeypox, smallpox, warts
30 terms
Respiratory Diseases: Virology
CIRDC
CIRDC - Incubation period
CIRDC - When is it classically seen?
T or F ... Dogs that have been previously…
Canine Infectious Respiratory Disease Complex ... - caused prima…
3-10d
Summer, Fall
TRUE.
CIRDC
Canine Infectious Respiratory Disease Complex ... - caused prima…
CIRDC - Incubation period
3-10d
59 terms
Virology Diseases 1
Differentiate between an infectious di…
Distinguish between the two phases of…
What is a virus?
What are the two things viruses consis…
...
Transmission phase occurs outside a susceptible cell, the vir…
a small obligate intracellular parasite that requires living…
Capsid (protective outer coat) and Nucleic acid (either DNA o…
Differentiate between an infectious di…
...
Distinguish between the two phases of…
Transmission phase occurs outside a susceptible cell, the vir…
10 terms
Virology - Diseases + Taxonomy
Potato Virus Y
Plum Pox Virus
Zucchini Yellow Mosaic
Tomato Spotted Wilt Virus
Potyviridae; Potyvirus
Potyviridae; Potyvirus
Potyviridae; Potyvirus
Bunyaviridae; Tospovirus
Potato Virus Y
Potyviridae; Potyvirus
Plum Pox Virus
Potyviridae; Potyvirus
29 terms
medical virology- viral diseases
rubeola
rubella
varicella
herpes zoster
measles
german measles
chickenpox; varicella zoster virus
shingles
rubeola
measles
rubella
german measles
181 terms
Infectious disease: Virology Module 7
Poxvirus in environment
Poxvirus display
Name poxvirus with long lasting immunity
Describe poxvirus without long lasting…
Resistant
Proliferative lesions and tumor-like
Ortho and Capri
Para with chronic infections
Poxvirus in environment
Resistant
Poxvirus display
Proliferative lesions and tumor-like
42 terms
Virology Exam 1 Diseases
vaccinia
cowpox
pseudocowpox
bovine papular stomatitis
Poxviridae... - Bovine, lagomorphs, porcine... - lesions resemble t…
Poxviridae... - bovine, feline, rodents... - reservoir hosts= roden…
Poxviridae... - "milker's nodules"... - bovine... - teat lesions in ca…
Poxviridae... - bovine... - commonly subclinical... - develop lesions…
vaccinia
Poxviridae... - Bovine, lagomorphs, porcine... - lesions resemble t…
cowpox
Poxviridae... - bovine, feline, rodents... - reservoir hosts= roden…
19 terms
Infectious Disease - Influenza Virology & Pathophysiology
Influenza - What is it?
Influenza Types
Influenza Type A or B
Influenza Type C
Influenza, also known as the flu, is a contagious disease tha…
A, B and C based on core proteins
cause epidemics of disease almost every winter
causes mild respiratory illness and are not thought to cause…
Influenza - What is it?
Influenza, also known as the flu, is a contagious disease tha…
Influenza Types
A, B and C based on core proteins
96 terms
Virology: Disease and Etiologic Agent Matching
H7N7
H3N8
H3N8 (species jump)
Influenza A Viruses... (epizootic subtype…
Equine Influenza 1
Equine Influenza 2
Canine Influenza
Swine Influenza
H7N7
Equine Influenza 1
H3N8
Equine Influenza 2
80 terms
RUSVM: Virology: Epidemiology of Viral Disease
epidemiology
arbovirus
cases
case-fatality rate
the branch of science the studies the frequency, distribution…
arthropod-borne virus; multiply in the arthropod verctor; the…
those animals suffering from a clinically diagnosable disease
the percentage of deaths among the clinically ill animals
epidemiology
the branch of science the studies the frequency, distribution…
arbovirus
arthropod-borne virus; multiply in the arthropod verctor; the…
48 terms
Virology: Virus name, specific disease, primary disease
Herpes simplex type 1
Herpes simplex type 2
Varicella-zoster
Epstein-Barr
Herpes labialis (cold sores)... skin/ganglia
Herpes genitalis... skin/ganglia
Chickenpox or shingles... skin/dermatomes
Mononucleosis, others... systemic/spleen
Herpes simplex type 1
Herpes labialis (cold sores)... skin/ganglia
Herpes simplex type 2
Herpes genitalis... skin/ganglia
59 terms
Comprehensive virology - match virus to disease
FPV
CPV, MVC
PPV
Derzsy's disease virus (DDV) -
Feline - enteritis, teratogenesis; cerebellar hypoplasia or a…
enteritis, myocarditis in canines
Mummified or aborted pig fetuses (add more!!)
hepatitis, enteritis, influenza, myocarditis in geese
FPV
Feline - enteritis, teratogenesis; cerebellar hypoplasia or a…
CPV, MVC
enteritis, myocarditis in canines
10 terms
Virology: Poultry Viral Diseases and Families
Newcastle Disease
Infectious Bursal Disease (IBD) aka Gu…
Marek's Disease
Avian Leukosis
Paramyxoviridae
Birnaviridae
Herpesviridae
Retroviridae
Newcastle Disease
Paramyxoviridae
Infectious Bursal Disease (IBD) aka Gu…
Birnaviridae
209 terms
Virology: Midterm-Viral Diseases of Cats
Feline acquired immunodeficiency syndr…
Feline leukemia affects which body sys…
Feline infectious peritonitis affects…
Feline panleukopenia affects which bod…
systemic
systemic
systemic
systemic (also reproductive and neonatal)
Feline acquired immunodeficiency syndr…
systemic
Feline leukemia affects which body sys…
systemic
13 terms
Virology: Porcine Viral Diseases and Families
Classical Swine Fever (CSF) aka Hog Ch…
African Swine Fever (ASF)
Pseudorabies (Aujeszky's Disease)
Foot and Mouth Disease
Flaviviridae
Asfaviridae
Herpesviridae
Picornaviridae
Classical Swine Fever (CSF) aka Hog Ch…
Flaviviridae
African Swine Fever (ASF)
Asfaviridae
226 terms
Virology: Midterm-Viral Diseases of Dogs
Rabies affects which body system(s)?
Canine distemper affects which body sy…
Infectious canine hepatitis affects wh…
Canine parvovirus disease affects whic…
CNS
systemic
systemic
systemic
Rabies affects which body system(s)?
CNS
Canine distemper affects which body sy…
systemic
218 terms
Virology: Final-Viral diseases of horses
Equine Infectious Anemia: Etiologic ag…
Equine Infectious Anemia: Enveloped?
Equine Infectious Anemia: Inclusion bo…
Equine Infectious Anemia: Transmission
Retro
yes
no
blood-feeding insects (mechanical vectors), iatrogenic, planc…
Equine Infectious Anemia: Etiologic ag…
Retro
Equine Infectious Anemia: Enveloped?
yes
19 terms
Virology - Bovine Foreign Animal Diseases
what are the FAD?
why are FAD important?
what is FMD?
how has FMD developed resistance?
- FMD... - Malignant catarrhal fever - wildebeest associated... - r…
regulatory concern - eradicated from US
- exotic, NOTIFIABLE dz (Apthovirus - RNA)... - highly contagiou…
- non-enveloped --> difficult to inactivate... - Disinfectants -…
what are the FAD?
- FMD... - Malignant catarrhal fever - wildebeest associated... - r…
why are FAD important?
regulatory concern - eradicated from US
13 terms
Virology: Equine Viral Diseases and Families
Equine Infectious Anemia (EIA) aka Swa…
Equine Viral Arteritis (EVA)
Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE)
Western Equine Encephalitis (WEE)
Retroviridae
Arteriviridae
Togaviridae
Togaviridae
Equine Infectious Anemia (EIA) aka Swa…
Retroviridae
Equine Viral Arteritis (EVA)
Arteriviridae
Virology - Nietfield - Vesicular Diseases (new)
What are the three diseases which are…
What is the virus responsible for Foot…
True or false; immunity between seroty…
Describe the structural characteristic…
Foot and Mouth Disease... Vesicular Stomatitis... Swine Vesicular D…
Aphthovirus... 7 serotypes
True
Nonenveloped, ssRNA
What are the three diseases which are…
Foot and Mouth Disease... Vesicular Stomatitis... Swine Vesicular D…
What is the virus responsible for Foot…
Aphthovirus... 7 serotypes
RUSVM VP Virology Family/Diseases
Herpesviridae
Poxviridae
Adenoviridae
Asfarviridae
1. IBR (infectious bovine rhinotracheitis)
1. Cowpox
Infectious Canine Hepatitis
African Swine Fever
Herpesviridae
1. IBR (infectious bovine rhinotracheitis)
Poxviridae
1. Cowpox
102 terms
Microbio: Virology & Systems-Based Diseases
Recombination
Reassortment
complementation
example of complementation
exchange of genes between 2 chromosomes by crossing over with…
viruses with segmented genomes exchange genetic materials
when 1 of 2 viruses that infect the cell has a mutation resul…
hepatitis D requires replicating HBV to supply HBsAg (envelop…
Recombination
exchange of genes between 2 chromosomes by crossing over with…
Reassortment
viruses with segmented genomes exchange genetic materials
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