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Bacteria and viruses Bacteria vs. Viruses, Viral Diseases: Antibiotics do not work against the virus
Deadly viruses aids, HIV virus, polio vaccine, vaccines
Herpesviruses Herpesviruses, Herpes virus
Herpes simplex virus Animations of steps of HSV Infection and Replication
Influenza Influenza is a viral infection of the lungs characterized by fever, cough, and severe muscle aches
Influenza A virus influenza is a respiratory infection characterized by fever, cough, and severe muscle aches. In the elderly and infirm, it is a major cause of disability and death
Influenza viruses Influenza viruses belong to the orthomyxoviruses, a family of spherical or oval-shaped, enveloped (-)RNA viruses with a segmented genome. Three types of influenza virues are known, Types A, B and C. All cause acute respiratory disease in humans
Molecular virology What is a Virus? Origins of Viruses, Emerging Viruses and other Virology Essays, Classification of Viruses, Viral Genome Diversity, Viruses may be defined as acellular organisms whose genomes consist of nucleic acid, ....
Pandemic (H1N1) 2009
Picture book of viruses virology, The Big Picture Book of Viruses is intended to serve as both a catalog of virus pictures on the Internet and as an educational resource to those seeking more information about viruses
Plant viruses
Virology information about viruses, virology, microbiology and infectious disease, vaccine, viral, HIV, AIDS, retrovirus, ebola, herpes, hantavirus, polio, smallpox, pox, flu, immunology, gene, anti-viral, adenovirus, biological, cancer, cell, chemotherapy, DNA, drug, immunoglobulin, influenza, leukemia, neurovirology, pathogenesis, poliovirus, plant viruses
Virus or bacterium? because bacteria and viruses cause many of the diseases we're familiar with, people often confuse these two microbes. But viruses are as different from bacteria as goldfish are from giraffes
Virus replication
Viruses: from structure to biology the structure and biological functions of viruses and their macromolecular components
Viruses who discovered the virus, is a virus alive, how big are viruses, what do viruses look like, composition of bacteriophage, nucleic acid (DNA/RNA), virus invasion, defence against viruses, virus factory, gallery of pictures
Viruses a virus is a submicroscopic infectious particle composed of a protein coat and a nucleic acid core
Viruses hantavirus, polio, smallpox, pox, flu, immunology, influenza, poliovirus
Viruses A virus (Latin, poison) is a microscopic particle that can infect the cells of a biological organism. At the most basic level, viruses consist of genetic material contained within a protective protein shell called a capsid; the existence of both genetic material and protein distinguishes them from other virus-like particles such as prions and viroids, ...
Viruses virus / virion and replication images, HIV / AIDS, Hepatitis C Virus, Smallpox, West Nile Virus, Ebola, Coronavirus (SARS), Influenza Virus, bird FLU, Foot and Mouth Disease Virus, Adenovirus, Bacteriophage, viral entry
Virus A virus is a submicroscopic obligate parasitic particle that infects cells in biological organisms. Viruses are obligate intracellular parasites that lack the cellular machinery for self-reproduction, ...
Virus Structure Viruses are not plants, animals, or bacteria, but they are the quintessential parasites of the living kingdoms, ...
Virus ultrastructure Principles of Virus Architecture, Design of the protein shell
HIV - H5N1 - bird flu 
Avian (Bird) Flu Fact Sheet Avian flu, also known as bird flu, is an infectious disease caused by a virus that lives naturally in wild birds, pdf file
Avian influenza A H5N1 viruse photo Avian influenza A H5N1 virus photo, Colorized transmission electron micrograph of Avian influenza A H5N1 viruses
Avian Influenza Maps Avian Influenza Maps
Birds & Bird Flu graphics Birds & Bird Flu graphics showing avian influenza (H5N1) mixing with other 'flu strains; image of bird flu viruses and human flu viruses entering the same cell and pandemic influenza emerging
Bird flu news bird flu, influenza, flu-pandemic, flu, chicken flu, H5N1, What health authorities most fear is that the virus will mutate into a form that can pass easily from one human to another. That's when a global threat would be most likely
Bird flu news Paradigm Shift, Viral Evolution, Intervention Monitoring, Vaccine Screening, Vaccine Development, Expression Profiling
CDC - Influenza (Flu) -Avian Flu CDC Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Influenza Flu, influenza, flu, spanish flu, avian flu, asian flu, influenza pandemic, influenza epidemic, flu vaccine
Characterization of an Avian Influenza A (H5N1) Virus Isolated from a Child with a Fatal Respiratory Illness
Facts About Bird Flu potential epidemic that could kill millions, What is avian bird flu, What is the concern regarding humans and bird flu, What are the symptoms of bird flu in humans, HIV - H5N1 - bird flu
From Birds to Humans How did this happen, Avian influenza is an infectious disease of birds caused by type A strains of the influenza virus. The disease occurs worldwide
Global Health immunization, immunize, innoculation, innoculate, innoculation, famine, malnutrition, cholera, meningitis, malaria, HIV, H5N1, bird flu
Highly pathogenic avian influenza Virus family Orthomyxoviridae, genus Influenzavirus A, B. To date, all highly pathogenic isolates have been influenza A viruses of subtypes H5 and H7, Highly contagious, from World organisation for animal health
HIV human 'bird flu' HIV epidemic may assist emergence of human 'bird flu' strain, expert speculates, HIV - H5N1 - bird flu
H5N1 flu maps avian flu maps, from Center for Biologic Counterterrorism and Emerging Diseases
H5N1 influenza the powerful virus that is raging through the bird flocks of Asia -- has successfully made the leap to humans, infecting hundreds of people, ...
Signs and Symptoms of bird flu What are the signs and symptoms of bird flu in humans?
Virus Entry Into Cells Animal Cells and Vesicle Transport, Direct Cell Membrane Fusion, Entry via Endocytotic Vesicle

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