Exam 4 General flashcards
- University of Wisconsin - Madison
- Microbiology 101
- Exam 4 General flashcards
Last Modified: 2011-07-03
Related Textbooks:Prescott/Harley/Klein's Microbiology
food as vaccines; put gene of viral proteain into a banana. Banana makes the viral protein in its fruit. eat fruit, produce anti-viral IgA in the gastrointestinal tract
- Pneumonia - lung
- Meningitis - CNS
- Diarrhea - GI tract
Outcomes of Infection
- Transformation of normal cell to different morphological type
- Lytic infeciton
- Persistant infeciton
- Latent infection
HIV - Target Cell & Receptor on Target Cell
- T- lymphocytes
- CD4 and CCR5 (fusin proteins)
Antigenic Drift / Genetic Drift
from year to year the virus changes in small ways by changing a few Amino acids on the surface. The gradual evo.ution of new viral epitopes by destruction and replacement of previous epitopes by point mutations or small deletions and insertions
German measles (Rubella)
Rubella virus, a mother that is infected can transmit it to offspring, causing birth defects
- chickenpox and shingles
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