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Below you will find how each virus generally replicates itself: Herpesviridae REPLICATIONNUCLEARLytic replication:1.Virus attaches to host receptors through g B, g C, g D and g H .2.
Synthesis of multiple copies of viral DNA by the viral DNA-dependent DNA polymerase.8.Basically the genome contains all the information needed to build and maintain that organism…) and it’s (the virions) functions are to protect the genome and to aid its entry into a host cell, where it can be replicated and packaged into new virions.[In viruses] the genome is packaged in a protein structure known as a capsid.”There are four categories of genomes: ds DNA (double stranded DNA), ss DNA (single stranded DNA), ds RNA (double stranded RNA), and ss RNA (single stranded RNA).The virion is a gene delivery system; it contains the virus genome (for those of you who are uncertain as to what a genome actually is, it is an organism’s complete set of hereditary information, including all of its genes.It is encoded either in DNA, or for many types of viruses RNA.The vaccination for canine distemper, like FVRCP, is commonly packaged with other viruses, and is commonly know as a recombitek vaccination, which vaccinates canines against distemper, coronavirus, parvovirus, hepatitis, parainfluenza, leptospira canicola and leptospira icteroharmorraghiae.
Because the capsid structures of these viruses are different, so two is the viruses replication cycle (you can think of it as a reproductive cycle).
Assembly of the virus and budding through the inner lamella of the nuclear membrane which has been modified by the insertion of herpes glycoproteins, throughout the Golgi and final release at the plasma membrane.
Latent replication : replication of circular viral episome in tandem with the host cell DNA using the host cell replication machinery. Virus attaches to host receptors and is internalized.2.
Sorry it took me so long to respond to your last post.
I just keep getting so bogged down in school work…You are correct in stating that some people call the panleukopenia vaccination or FVRCP vaccination the distemper vaccination, however people who refer to this vaccination (FVRCP) as a distemper vaccination are mistaken and need to be and should be corrected by vets who know better than to call panleukopenia, distemper.
Expression of sg RNA yields the basic protein (and capsid protein).7. Replication occurs through rolling-hairpin mechanism, whith NS1 nickase binding covalently to the 5’ genomic end.6.