Flashcards in Host Responses to Viral Infections Deck (5):
What are the effects retroviruses typically have on cells?
Virions get expelled from the cell by budding and the cell does not die
Permissive cells are cells that ___________.
are able to produce new virions
List the three anti-viral properties of IFNalpha and IFNbeta.
Activation of NK cells; upregulation of MHC I; and induced resistance to viral replication
What kinase mediates the anti-translational state induced by interferon alpha and beta?
Protein kinase R