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Cowdry type A
Herpetoviridae

acid fast
found in nucleus
Negri bodies
Rabies virus

found in cytoplasm
Guarnieri Bodies
Poxviridae

found in cytoplasm
"loaf of bread"
What viruses decrease immune response and create cytokines?
cytomegalovirus
HIV
Rhinovirus
RSV
What cytokine is generated by cytomegalo, HIV, rhinovirus, RSV that decreases immune response?
IL-10
This increases expression of CCR5- chemokine receptor
What viruses augment immune response and what cytokine do the create?
1) Ebola Virus
2) Marburg Virus
increases TNF-α causing bp drop and leakiness of capillaries
Name 4 results of infection with a virus.
1. cytocidal
2. steady-state
3. hyperplasia
4. transformation
Give an example of cytocidal virus.
Rhabdoviridae-
binds nicotinic Ach receptor
results in cell death
Give an example of steady-state virus.
Herpes-simples type 1 and 2
non-cytocidal
Give an example of hyperplasia as a result of infection with a virus.
Papovavirida
warts, non-malignant tumor
Give an example of transformation in virus infection.
Epstein-barr virus
Burkitt's lymphona

tumor/oncogenesis
Name 3 causes of systemic viral infection.
1. Drug abuse
2. Insect vectors
3. Hospitals
Name antibody type generated during acute phase viremia
IgM
Name antibody type generated during convalescent phase viremia
IgG
Name antibody generated during a localized viral infection
IgA secretory antibody
Name 2 compounds that do not readily inactivate viruses
1. quaternary ammonium compounds
2. Iodine
Name 4 compounds that readily inactivate viruses.
1. strong chlorine solution
2. formalin
3. phenol
4. strong oxidizers
How long at at what temp must you autoclave things?
100 deg C for 30 minutes