Flashcards in Handout 11 Deck (21):
persistent infection means what?
replication but no cell death! they persists
the presence of a virus without the virus production. potential for reactivation
chronic vs. latent/
chronic means they;re present at low levels. latent means you can't see it. virus shed not detectable but the viral genome is.
allows cell to cell transfer without being exposed to the immune systeM?
SIN of the virus to go undetected.
similar to actin rockets !?!?!? shigella!??!
cytopathic effects of the virus.
these include the LARGE CELLS
-inclusion bodies- negri bodies = rabies in the brain
-HSV, varicella zozter have the cowry obd
who has cowry bodies?
HSV and varicella zoster aka herpes???
how are viruses treated?
disrupt the VIRION! enveloped are susceptible to lip and detergent. stop the infection!
how would you block attachment of a virus?
antibodies-= passive immunziation. block attachment
recepotr ANTAGONISTS! CCR to block HIV!?!?!?!?
how would you block the penetration and uncaring?
AMANTADINE, RIMANTADINE neutralize the pH in the vesicle that normally causes uncaring. used for influenza A.
AMANATY is nice and friendly and will neutralize the pH in vesicle that owl normally cause uncaring.
what does FUZEON do?
blocks the HIV SIN! formation. therefore penetration and uncaring. lets the immune systems ee whassup.
Sins are FUZZY
how could you block the vision assembly and release?
HIV protease- required to cut up long protein chain.
RLEENZA and TAMIFLU enzyme inhibitors for influenze.
Tami is relentless and inhibit enzyme for influenza
how could you stimulate the host immune system?
innate I/s, specific with Passive antibodies, or vaccinate!
how does the gradualism vaccine work?
combines 4 different CAPSID proteins!
what could we use as a vector for CF?
NAKED! that's wy gastro!
can both HSV 1 and 2 be aquired through infection of cuts?
yes= herpetic whitlow on the fingers.
herpes gladiotrium on bodyies
from herpes virus family
chicken pox, shingles,
monocytes, lymphocytes, epithelial cells.
LATEN IN MONOCYTES
and lymphocytes. close conte
ebv in infectious mono.
B cells and epithelial cells.
latent in B cells!!! eBv.
herpes virus 8
POX= happens in the CYTOPLASM
DS DNA enveloped virus.
LARGE LARGE LARGE>
family includes VARIOLA= SMALLPOX small pox is very awful