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Positive strand RNA viruses

"in CALifornia, HEPpies eat PICkles and drink FLAVored CORONAs wearing RETRO TOGAs"

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Negative strand RNA viruses

"Always Bring Polymerase Or Fail Replication"
-Arenavirus
-Bunyavirus
-Paramyxovirus
-Orthomyxoviruses
-Filoviruses
-Rhabdoviruses

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Only ssDNA virus

Parvovirus

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DNA viruses

HHAPPPPy
-Herpesvirus
-Hepadnavirus
-Adenovirus
-Poxvirus
-Papillomavirus
-Parvovirus
-Polyomavirus

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HHV-3

VZV (zoster/chicken pox)

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HHV-4

EBV

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HHV-5

CMV

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HHV-6

Roseola

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HHV-8

Kaposi sarcoma

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Circular DNA viruses

HBV (partially ds)
Papillomavirus
Polyomavirus

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Types of polyomavirus

JC virus
BK virus

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Largest DNA virus

poxvirus

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Enveloped DNA viruses

Herpesvirus (nuclear membrane)
Hepadnavirus
Poxvirus

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List the reoviruses

Coltivirus
Rotavirus

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List the picornaviruses

Polio
Echo
Rhino
Coxsackievirus
HAV

(PERCH)

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List the calcivirus

Norovirus

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List the segmented RNA viruses

Bunyavirus (3 segments)
Orthomyxoviruses (8 segments)
Arenavirus (2 segments)
Reovirus (DS)

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List the flaviviruses

HCV
Yellow fever
Dengue
St. Louis Encephalitis
West Nile Virus

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List the Togaviruses

Rubella
EEE
WEE

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List the Paramyxoviruses

Parainfluenza
RSV
Measles/Mumps

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List the Filoviruses

Ebola
Marburg hemorrhagic fever

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List the arenaviruses

LCMV
Lassa fever encephalitis

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List the bunyaviruses

Hantavirus
California encephalitis
Sandfly/Rift Valley fevers
Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever

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Only dsRNA virus

Reovirus

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Surface F protein

Paramyxoviruses (ex. measles, mumps, RSV, paraflu) and allows formation of multinucleated cells and fusion to respiratory epithelial cells

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Only DNA hepatitis virus

HBV

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Fecal-oral hepatitis fivuses

HAV
HEV

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High mortality hepatitis in pregnant women

HEV

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Hepatits with cancer risk

HBV (integration into host genoma)
HCV (chronic inflammation)

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HIV diagnosis

ELISA (sensitive)
Western blot (specific)

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ToRCHeS: hearing loss, seizures, petechial rash, "blueberry muffin rash"

CMV

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ToRCHeS: chorioretinitis, hydrocephalus, intracranial calcifications

Toxoplasma gondii

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ToRCHeS: stillbirth, hydrops fetalis; facial abnormalities (notched teeth, snuffles, saber shins, CN VIII deafness)

Syphilis

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ToRCHeS: Encephalitis, vesicular lesions

HSV-2

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ToRCHeS: PDA (or pulmonary artery hypoplasia), cararacts, deafness, blueberry muffin rash

Rubella

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ToRCHeS: recurrent infections, chronic diarrhea

HIV