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6 helminths that develop as a consequence of ingestion of eggs
Enteriobiusis, Trichuris, Ascaris, Toxocaris, Tenia Solium (Cysticercosis), Echinococcus
EE-A-TTT
3 helminths that develop as a consequence of ingestion of larvae
Diphyllo, Taenia, Fasciola
2 helminths that develop as a consequence of larva penetrating the skin
Ancylostoma, Schistosoma
A helminth that develops as a consequence of larva introduced by vectors
Onchocerca
Poliovirus is transmitted by which route ?
Fecal-oral
4 cestodes
Diphyll
Taenia,
Echinococcus,
Hymenolitis
Nematodes ?
NEM(W)ATODES :
Necator
Enterobius
(M)Wucherechia
Ascaria(Ancylostoma)
Toxocara (Trichuris)
Onchocerca
Dracunculus
Eye worm (Loa Loa)
Strongyloides
Non-enveloped DNA viruses
APP
Adeno, Papilloma, Parvo
Non-enveloped RNA viruses
Calici, Rhino, Reo, Picorna
(CRRP)
Rubella virus (Family, DNA/RNA, SS/DS, how many serotypes)
Togaviruses, SS (+) RNA, 1 serotype
Negative SS RNA
Influenza, Paramyxoviruses, Rhabdoviruses, Hepatitis D(circular!)
Positive SS RNA
Coronavirus, Togaviruses(Rubella), Retroviruses(DIPLOID!), Picornaviruses, Caliciviruses, Flaviviruses(HCV)
Picornaviruses include ?
Enteroviruses, Rhinoviruses
Poxviruses
DS DNA, replicates in cytoplasm
Parvoviruses (B19) (SS/DS,DNA/RNA,virion polymerase)
SS (-) DNA !
NO virion polymerase!
Hookworms are ? How are they transmitted ?
Necator and ancylostoma, transmitted by filiariform larvae
Hepatitis Viruses - RNA/DNA, DS/SS, Plus/Minus, family
Hep A - Picornavirus, SS(+) RNA
Hep B - Hepadnavirus, DS DNA with virion polymerase
Hep C - Flavivirus, SS(+) RNA
Hep D - SS(-) RNA
Hep E - Calicivirus, SS(+) RNA
Hep G - Flavivirus, SS(+) RNA
EBV receptor is ?
CD21
Reovirus receptor is ?
Beta-adrenergic R
Rabies virus receptor is ?
Ach-R
Immune response to naked viruses is mostly ? to encapsulated viruses ?
Naked = Antibodies,
encapsulated = Ab + cell mediated immunity
Interferons are (virus/species specific) ?
non-virus specific
Species-specific
Killed vaccines
RIP-A
Rabies, Influenza, Polio, hepatitis A
HBs window is ?
time between end of HBsAg detection and beginning of detection of HBsAb
First Hep-B antibody to appear is ?
HBcAb
Segmented RNA viruses ?
ROBA
Reovirus, Orthomyxovirus, Bunyavirus, Arenavirus
Norwalk is a ?
Calicivirus
All negative RNA viruses have ?
Envelope, Virion polymerase, and a helica-nucleocapsid
Complications of Influenza virus ?
Guillean-Barre, Reye's syndrome