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What is the structure of Class I RNA viruses?
Single stranded, Positive sense RNA. Two are icosahedrons, two are enveloped icosahedrons, and one is enveloped helix.
What virus families are Class I RNA viruses?
Calcivirus (icosahedron), Picornavirus (icosahedron), Togavirus (enveloped icosahedron), Flavivirus (enveloped icosahedron), Coronavirus (enveloped helix)
What is the structure of Class II RNA viruses?
Single Stranded, Negative Sense, enveloped RNA helix
What virus families are included in Class II RNA viruses?
Paramyxoviridae, Filoviridae, Rhabdovirius
What is the structure of Class III RNA viruses?
Single Stranded, Negative Sense, Enveloped Segemented RNA helix
What virus families are included in Class III RNA viruses?
Orthomyxoviridae, Arenaviridae, Bunyaviridae
What is the structure of Class IV RNA viruses?
Segemented Double Stranded RNA Icosaheral
What virus families are included in Class IV RNA viruses?
Reoviridae
What is the structure of Class V RNA viruses?
Diploid Single Stranded Enveloped RNA helix
What virus families are included in Class V RNA viruses?
Retroviridae
What are the DNA viruses?
HHAPPP
Herpesviridae, Hepadneviridae, Adneoviridae, Papovaviridae, Parvoviridae, Poxviridae
Give an example of a calcivirus.
Norovirus, sapovirus
Give an example of a picornavirus
Polio, hepatitis A
Give an example of a togavirus
rubella
Give an example of a flavivirus
Hep C, West Nile, Dengue
Give an example of a Coronavirus
Coronavirus, SARS
Give an example of a Paramyxovirus
measles, mumps, RSV
Give an example of a Filovirus
ebola virus, marburg virus
Give an example of a Rhadbovirus
rabies virus
Give an example of an orthomyxovirus
influenza A,B & C
Give an example of an arenavirus
Lassa Fever virus
Give an example of a bunyavirus
hantavirus
Give an example of a reovirus
rotavirus
Give an example of a retrovirus
HIV, HTLV
Give an example of a Herepsviridae
HSV 1 & 2
Give an example of Hepadnaveridae
Hep B
Give an example of Adenoviridae
adenovirus
Give an example of Parvoviridae
Parvovirus B19
Give an example of Papovaviridae
HPV, JC virus (polyoma)
Give an example of Poxvirus
Small Pox
What is the structure of Herpesviridae
double stranded enveloped DNA icosahedron
What is the structure of Hepadneviridae
circular double stranded enveloped DNA icosahedron
What is the structure of Adenoviridae
double stranded DNA icosahedron
What is the structure of Parvoviridae
single stranded DNA icosahedron
What is the structure of Poxviridae
complex double stranded enveloped DNA
What is the structure of Papovaviridae
circular double stranded DNA icosahedron