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Which viral families are included in the RNA virus classification? (8 listed)

1. Orthomyxovirus
2. Paramyxovirus
3. Reovirus
4. Togavirus
5. Flavivirus
6. Rhabdovirus
7. Picornavirus
8. Calicivirus

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What is an example of an Orthomyxovirus?

Influenza

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Which RNA viruses are enveloped? (5)

1. Orthomyxovirus
2. Paramyxovirus
3. Togavirus
4. Flavivirus
5. Rhabdovirus

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Which RNA viruses have segmented genomes? (2)

Orthomyxovirus and Reovirus

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Which RNA viruses are -ss? (3)

Orthomyxovirus, Paramyxovirus, and Rhabdovirus

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Which RNA viruses are +ss? (4)

Togavirus, Flavivirus, Picornavirus, Calicivirus

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What is the only ds RNA virus family shown in class?

Reovirus

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Which RNA virus families are "naked"? (3)

1. Reovirus
2. Picornavirus
3. Calicivirus

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What is the pathogenesis and disease caused by Orthomyxovirus?

P: Droplets and aerosol. Undergoes antigenic drift/shift

D: Respiratory tract infection

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What is the pathogenesis and disease caused by Paramyxovirus?

P: Droplets, can be serious for infants.

D: Respiratory tract infection

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What is the pathogenesis and disease caused by Reovirus?

P: Fecal-oral. Can be serious for infants.

D: Gastroenteritis

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What is the pathogenesis and disease caused by Togavirus?

P: Droplets or vertical. Teratogenic.

D: Rubella, congenital rubella syndrome.

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What is the pathogenesis and disease caused by Flavivirus?

P: Mosquitos. Most infections are subclinical.

D: West Nile fever, CNS infections, Hepatitis (HepC)

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What is the pathogenesis and disease caused by Rhabdovirus?

P: Animal bite (saliva). Invariably fatal without post-exposure prophylaxis.

D: Encephalitis

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What is the pathogenesis and disease caused by Picornavirus?

P: Droplets or fecal-oral. Diverse family of viruses causing a wide range of diseases.

D: Respiratory tract infections, hand-foot-mouth disease, conjunctivitis, CNS infections, myocarditis

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What is the pathogenesis and disease caused by Calicivirus?

P: Fecal-oral, food, water, or aerosolization. Seasonal epidemics.

D: Gastroenteritis

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An example of Orthomyxovirus is?

Influenza

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An example of Paramyxovirus is?

Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV)

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An example of Reovirus is?

Rotavirus

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An example of Togavirus is?

Rubella

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An example of Flavivirus is?

West Nile Virus

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An example of Rhabdovirus is?

Rabies

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An example of Picornavirus is?

Enterovirus

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An example of Calicivirus is?

Norovirus

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4 examples of Paramyxovirus are?

1. Measles
2. Mumps
3. Respiratory syncytial virus
4. Parainfluenza

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Hepatitis C belongs to which family of RNA viruses?

Flavivirus

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Hepatitis A, poliovirus, coxsackievirus, and rhinovirus all belong to which family of RNA viruses?

Picornavirus

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Which RNA viruses have linear genomes? (6)

1. Paramyxovirus
2. Togavirus
3. Flavivirus
4. Rhabdovirus
5. Picornavirus
6. Calicivirus