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DNA Viruses
HHAPPPy:
Herpesviridae (HSV1/2, CMV, EBV, HHV8),
Hepadnaviridae (HBV), Adenoviridae,
Papovaviridae (HPV, polyoma viruses),
Poxviridae (smallpox), and Parvoviridae
DNA viruses: Icosahedral & Naked
PAP:
Parvo -- SS linear
Adeno -- DS linear
Papova -- DS circular
DNA viruses: Icosahedral & Enveloped
Hepadna -- DS Circular
Herpes -- DS linear
RNA Viruses: Icosahedral & naked
SS nonsegmented:
Picornaviridae (Entero -- Polio, Coxsackie, HAV; Rhino)
Caliciviridae (Norwalk; HEV)
DS segmented:
Reoviridae (Rota; Colti)
RNA Viruses: Icosahedral & enveloped
SS nonsegmented:
Toga (alpha -- EEE, VEE, WEE; Rubi)
Flavi (Dengue Fever, yellow fever, Japanese encephalitis, St. Louis encephalitis; HCV)
SS diploid:
Retro (HTLV 1/2; Lenti -- HIV)
SS circular:
Delta (HDV)
RNA viruses: helical & enveloped
(+) SS nonsegmented:
Corona (SARS)
(-) SS segmented:
Bunya (California encephalitis, Rift Valley fever; Hanta)
Orthomyxo (Influenza A/B/C)
(-) SS nonsegmented:
Paramyxo (Paramyxo -- parainfluenza; Pneumo; Rubula (mumps); Morbilli (measles))
Rhabdo (Lyssa --> Rabies)
Filo (Ebola & Marburg)
Arena (Lassa)
3 types of Arboviruses
Bunya (California encephalitis, Rift Valley fever, Hantavirus --> hantavirus pulmonary syndrome)
Toga (alpha & Rubi)
Flavi (Dengue fever, Yellow fever, West Nile, Japanese, & St. Louis encephalitis)
Hepatitis Viruses (5 and their families)
HAV - Picornaviridae
HBV - Hepadnaviridae
HCV - Flaviviridae
HDV - Deltaviridae
HEV - Caliciviridae