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Is poliovirus a picornavirus?

Last Updated: 20th April, 2020

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Family: Picornaviridae

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Considering this, is Coxsackie a picornavirus?

Coxsackieviruses. Coxsackieviruses are differentiated from other groups of picornaviruses by their pathogenicity for suckling mice and by classification of their antigenicity. They are classified as coxsackievirus group A (A1 to A, A24) and coxsackievirus group B (B1 to B6) (Table 53-2).

Likewise, is polio an acid labile? Polio virus is rapid, acid-resistant, stable, highly tissue specific and consists of a single-stranded, positive RNA. Polio virus is able to reside in the throat or intestinal tract of humans.

Consequently, what causes picornavirus?

Infection with various picornaviruses may be asymptomatic or may cause clinical syndromes such as aseptic meningitis (the most common acute viral disease of the CNS), encephalitis, the common cold, febrile rash illnesses (hand-foot-and-mouth disease), conjunctivitis, herpangina, myositis and myocarditis, and hepatitis.

What is the primer for picornavirus replication?

All picornaviruses have a protein, VPg, covalently linked to the 5'-ends of their genomes. Uridylylated VPg (VPg-pUpU) is thought to serve as the protein primer for RNA synthesis.

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What kills the Coxsackie virus?

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How do you catch Coxsackie?

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Will I get hand foot and mouth from my child?

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How long is Coxsackie contagious?

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Is Coxsackie virus A herpesvirus?

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What is the fastest way to cure HFMD?

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How do you know if you have Coxsackie?

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Is influenza A picornavirus?

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Is norovirus a picornavirus?

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What type of virus is polio?

Poliovirus, the causative agent of polio (also known as poliomyelitis), is a member virus of Enterovirus C, in the family of Picornaviridae. Poliovirus is composed of an RNA genome and a protein capsid. The genome is a single-stranded positive-sense RNA genome that is about 7500 nucleotides long.

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What is the incubation period for the rhinovirus?

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How is polio contracted and spread?

The polio virus usually enters the environment in the feces of someone who is infected. In areas with poor sanitation, the virus easily spreads from feces into the water supply, or, by touch, into food. In addition, because polio is so contagious, direct contact with a person infected with the virus can cause polio.

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What is a non polio enterovirus?

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Is rhinovirus serious?

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What is adeno virus?

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Can pink eye cause vomiting?

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How many strains of rhinovirus are there?

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How are proteins encoded in viral RNA genomes?

Transcription of each segment results in production of mRNA encoding a single protein. The protein coat of these viruses contains its own RNA-dependent RNA polymerase, which begins transcription of the viral genome shortly after infection within the cytoplasm of the host cell.