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