micro block 4

only single stranded DNA
parvovirus (naked)
only DNA not icosahedral
pox virus (enveloped)
hepadnavirus
hep B
herpes virus strands
1. HSV-1
2. HSV-2
3. VZV
4. EBV
5. CMV
6. HHV-8
double stranded ENVELOPED DNA
herpes, hepadna, pox
double stranded NAKED DNA
papillomavirus, adenovirus, parvovirus
keratoconjunctivis
HSV-1
enceopalitis
HSV-1 and HSV-2 (from aseptic meningitis
latency in trigeminal
HSV-1
latency in lumbar and sacral
HSV-2
herpes labidis (lips)
HSV-1
genital herpes
HSV-2
herpetic Whitow
HSV-1
vesicular rash
HSV-1, HSV-2, VZV
varicella
VZV primary – chickenpox
zoster
VZV secondary- shingles
latency in cranial or thoracic
VZV (asynchronous)
Reye’s syndrome
VZV
retinitis in AIDS patients
CMV
heterophil NEGATIVE mononucleosis
CMV
owl eye inclusions
CMV
splenomegaly -> splenic rupture
EBV
heterophil POSITIVE mononucleosis
EBV
hepadnavirus
hepatitis B
all DNA replicate in the nucleus except:
pox (in cytoplasm
papilloma 16, 18, 31, 33
malignant carcinoma of cervix
normal epithelium becomes neoplastic
papilomma 4, 6, 11
benign warts on skin, genitals, larynx
E6 and E7 disrupt
p53 and Rb (grown inhibitors
DNA vaccines present for:
papillomavirus and VZV
hemorrhagic cystitis
adenovirus (naked)
pharyngitis
adenoviris
pink eye
adenovirus
fibers for attachment (hemagglutinin)
adenovirus
burkitt’s lymphoma, B cell lymphoma, nasopharyngeal carcinoma, hairy cell leukoplasia
EBV
kaposi’s sarcoma
HHV-8
complex, replicate in cytoplasm
pox
MCV (malluscum contagiosum)
pox. wart-like benign tumors
erythema infectiosum
(slapped-cheeks syndrome) – parvovirus
aplastic anemia
parvovirus
hydrops fatalis
parvovirus
Categories: Microbiology