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All RNA viruses are single stranded and linear with the exceptions of

Reovirus (ds) and Retrovirus (2x ss)

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There are also three forms of circular RNA viruses, what are they?

BAD: Bunya, Arena, and Delta

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The only two RNA viruses that don’t replicate in the cytoplasm

Influenza and Retrovirus

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What are the 4 segmented RNA viruses?

BOAR: Bunya, Orthomyxo, Arena, Reo

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What are the 4 naked DNA viruses?

Parvo, Aden, Papilloma, and Polyoma

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What are the 3 enveloped DNA viruses?

Hepadna, Herpes, and Pox

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All (+) RNA viruses were icosahedral except

Corona Virus

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What are the 8 (+) RNA viruses

Calici, Hepe, Reo, Picorna, Corona, Retro, Flavi, and Toga

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Which 4 of the (+) RNA viruses are naked?

Calici, Hepe, Reo, and Picorna

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Which 4 of the (+) RNA viruses are enveloped?

Corona, Retro, Flavi, and Toga

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What are the 7 (-) RNA viruses?

BADPROF: Bunya, Arena, Delta, Paramyxo, Rhabdo, Orthomyxo, FILO

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All of the (-) RNA viruses are?

Enveloped and Helical

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All DNA viruses have icosahedral capsid except

Pox

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SsDNA (-) virus

-icosahedral

Parvovirus

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Non-enveloped, icosahedral, dsDNA virus

Adenovirus

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What is the viral classification of Papilloma virus?

Non-enveloped, dsCircular DNA

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What is the viral classification of polyomavirus?

Non-enveloped, circular dsDNA virus

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An enveloped, circular DNA virus

Hep B

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What is the viral classification of Pox virus?

Enveloped, Linear dsDNA virus

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All enveloped, double stranded, and linear with icosahedral core

Herpes viruses

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What is the viral classification of calicivirus?

Non-enveloped, linear (+) ssRNA w/ icosahedral capsid

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What is the viral classification of Reovirus?

Non-enveloped dsRNA w/ icosahedral capsid

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Viruses that are transmitted fecal-oral are called

Enteroviruses

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What is the viral classification of Coronavirus?

Enveloped, linear (+) ssRNA w/ helical nucleocapsid

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What is a special enzymatic feature of yellow fever?

Increased AST/ALT where AST >>>> ALT

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What are the Picornaviruses?

PERCH: Polio, Echo, Rhino, Coxsackie, HepA

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What are the flaviviruses?

HepC, Dengue, Yellow Fever, West Nile, St. Louis

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What are the togaviruses?

Rubella and Easter/Western equine encephalitis

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What are the two Arenaviruses?

Last fever and LCMV

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HepB gets its envelope from the

ER

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A small, enveloped (-) RNA virus with a circular genome

HEPD