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SsRNA: Negative Sense Genomes

by Vincent Racaniello, PhD
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    The lecture SsRNA: Negative Sense Genomes by Vincent Racaniello, PhD is from the course Viruses.


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    1. Positive sense single stranded RNA genomes may be translated directly by the host cell ribosome to make viral protein
    2. Double-stranded RNA genomes can be directly translated to make viral protein by ribosomes
    3. The positive sense RNA strand of a double stranded RNA virus has the sole purpose of serving as a template for viral replication
    4. RNA genomes can be copied by host cell RNA-dependent RNA polymerases
    5. Positive sense single stranded RNA virus replication cycles do not require a negative strand intermediate
    1. Filoviridae
    2. Paramyxoviruses
    3. Orthomyxoviridae
    4. Arenaviridae
    5. Mumps viruses
    1. Polymerase
    2. Mitochondria
    3. Lysosome
    4. Golgi apparatus
    5. Endoplasmic reticulum
    1. Reassortment
    2. Loss of cellular energy
    3. Extensive replication
    4. Misfolding of viral proteins
    5. Genetic breakdown

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     Vincent Racaniello, PhD

    Vincent Racaniello, PhD


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    By Madjissem K. on 29. March 2018 for SsRNA: Negative Sense Genomes

    the explanation is very clear, the scientific names are pronounced very well and the illustrations are standing out.