orthomyxoviruses

orthomyxoviruses

Single-stranded RNA viruses that cause INFLUENZA.
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The insurance window will provide coverage up to $500 million for an initial period of three years for outbreaks of infectious diseases most likely to cause major epidemics, including new Orthomyxoviruses (e.
They also focus on the activation and evasion of host antiviral signaling pathways by detailing RNA virus families, filoviruses, suppression of innate immunity, paramyxovirus and orthomyxoviruses, arenaviruses, picornaviruses, togaviruses, coronaviruses and innate immune responses elicited by reovirus and rotavirus.
Nucliec Acid in Virion Examples dsDNA Herpesviruses, poxviruses ssDNA Parvoviruses Positive Picornaviruses, sense RNA togaviruses Negative Orthomyxoviruses, sense RNA rhabdoviruses dsRNA Reoviruses Table 7-5 Categories of Arenaviruses Virus Rodent Host Location Old World Arenaviruses Lymphocytic Mus musculus and Mus Europe, Asia, choriomeningitis domesticus and the Americas virus (house mouse) and Mesocricetus auratus (Syrian hamster) Lassa virus Mastomys natalensis West Africa (multimammate mouse) Mopeia virus Mastomys natalensis Southern Africa Mobala virus Praomys spp.
MxA-sensitive viruses include members of the bunyaviruses, orthomyxoviruses, paramyxoviruses, rhabdoviruses, togaviruses, picornaviruses, and hepatitis B virus, a DNA virus with a genomic RNA intermediate (Haller et al.
Approximately 10 to 15 percent of adult colds are caused by viruses also responsible for other, more severe illnesses: adenoviruses, coxsackieviruses, echoviruses, orthomyxoviruses (including influenza A and B viruses), paramyxoviruses (including several parainfluenza viruses), respiratory syncytial virus and enteroviruses.
Phylogenetic analyses of partial polymerase basic 2 sequences of selected orthomyxoviruses.
Orthomyxoviruses, named from the Greek myxa for mucus and ortho for straight, have a high affinity for mucus with influenza being the major disease in this group.
This result suggests that the genetic composition of this emerging virus was similar to that of orthomyxoviruses and homologous with previously published TiLV sequences.
To evaluate the efficacy of chemical inactivation procedures for specimen removal, we used the US prime select agent and Tier-1 pathogen (4) Zaire ebolavirus (EBOV) as a surrogate model for enveloped high-level containment viruses with single-strand, negative-sense RNA genomes, such as arenaviruses, bunyaviruses, filoviruses, orthomyxoviruses, and paramyxoviruses.
The virus particles had ultrastructural characteristics of arenaviruses and orthomyxoviruses (Figure 1).