Full-Blown AIDS and Viral Infections Quiz

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What does 'cell culture- or recombinant-based vaccines' refer to?

Vaccines produced using cell cultures or genetic engineering techniques

What is the main symptom of Severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS)?

Respiratory distress

What does 'helical, envelope, positive-sense single-stranded RNA' refer to in medical terminology?

Description of a virus

What action does 'closing, washing, avoiding, stopping' refer to in the context?

Preventive measures against a contagious disease

During an outbreak of SARS in 2002-2003, where did it first emerge?

Southern China

Which virus caused the Novel Coronavirus 2019 outbreak in 2019?

SARS-CoV-2

Which virus is NOT associated with the development of Kaposi's sarcoma?

Hepadnavirus

Which virus is an example of a Linear (+) ssRNA, non-enveloped virus?

Poliovirus

Which type of hepatitis virus is transmitted via fecal-oral route and does not have an envelope?

Hepatitis A virus

Which enterovirus is associated with aseptic meningitis and encephalitis?

Coxsackievirus

Which hepatitis virus often leads to chronic infection and liver disease?

Hepatitis C virus

Which hepatitis virus is known for causing asymptomatic carriers that can transmit the infection unknowingly?

Hepatitis B virus

'Hand, foot and mouth disease' is clinically associated with which group of viruses?

Coxsackieviruses Group A

'Acute hemorrhagic conjunctivitis' is a clinical feature associated with which specific Coxsackievirus?

Coxsackievirus Group A16

'Superinfection' in the context of hepatitis refers to coinfection of which two types of viruses?

(+)ssRNA and helper viruses

What is the characteristic symptom of molluscum contagiosum virus infection on the skin?

Flesh-colored bumps with a white or pinkish color

How is HSV-1 commonly transmitted?

Through respiratory contact or direct contact

Which virus family has a rounded shape with a central diameter of 150-250 nanometers?

Herpesviridae

What is the common treatment for HSV infections that inhibits DNA polymerase?

Acyclovir

Which virus can cause both chickenpox and shingles in individuals?

Varicella-zoster virus

What is the common symptom of Cytomegalovirus (CMV) infections?

Respiratory issues and sore throat

Which vaccine is recommended for prevention against Measles, Mumps, Rubella, and Varicella?

MMRV vaccine

Test your knowledge on full-blown AIDS and opportunistic infections such as Kaposi's sarcoma-associated herpesvirus and Oral Hairy Leukoplakia caused by Epstein-Barr virus. Delve into the characteristics of Picoronaviridae viruses, including Enteroviruses like Rhinoviruses, Polioviruses, and Coxsackieviruses.

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