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BMS2037 Lectures and Practical Class Revision Crossword

Dr. Kevin Maringer

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LECTURES - Blood- and Insect-Borne Viruses - Haemorrhagic Fever Viruses

PRACTICAL CLASS - Viral Diagnostics

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1.Combination therapy used to treat HIV. (5)
6.General name for an animal that can transmit disease. (6)
11.First member discovered in viral family containing Ebola virus. (7, 5) (2 Words)
12.Bind cells to cause haemagglutination. (7)
13.A mosquito species involved in urban transmission cycles. (5, 7) (2 Words)
14.Class of antiviral drugs that includes rimantadine. (11)
15.Insect-borne virus transmission cycles involving amplification in domestic animals. (9, 6) (2 Words)
16.First city in the US to record West Nile virus transmission. (3, 4) (2 Words)
17.A major and defining symptom of chikungunya virus infection. (9)
19.Site of Ebola virus persistence; can be source of transmission. (6)
20.Direct diagnostic assay that measures the ability of a virus to infect and destroy an area within a monolayer of cells. (6, 5) (2 Words)
22.Cells infected by HIV. (4, 1, 5) (3 Words)
24.Viral family to which Ebola virus belongs. (11)
25.Number of different influenza virus haemagglutinin types (8)
28.Non-insect transmission route for Zika virus. (6)
30.Molecules detected by antibodies. (8)
32.Word describing the co-circulation of multiple dengue virus serotypes in a particular location. (15)
33.Animal reservoir for Ebola virus. (4)
38.Mild scarring of the liver caused by hepatitis virus infection. (8)
39.Rodent species acting as reservoir for Lassa virus; latin name. (8, 10) (2 Words)
40.Type of cells that undergo haemagglutination. (3, 5, 5) (3 Words)
42.Viral protein inhibited by oseltamivir. (13)
43.A cell type infected by dengue virus; particularly important during secondary infection. (10)
45.TCID50, definition. (6, 7, 10, 4, 5) (5 Words)
46.Mosquito genus that transmits VEEV. (5)
47.Genus of haemorrhagic fever viruses transmitted by airborne route. (10)
48.Animal involved in transmission of Ebola virus after spillover from primary reservoir host. (6)
49.Non-cellular component of blood. (6)
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2.Molecule causing haemagglutination inhibition. (10)
3.Typical symptom of Zika virus infection in children born to mothers infected during pregnancy. (12)
4.Disease caused by HIV. (8, 16, 8) (3 Words)
5.PCR, ELISA and HA assays are ___ assays for diagnosing viruses. (8)
6.Type of non-autonomous infectious agent that hepatitis D virus is classified as. (6)
7.Severe scarring of the liver caused by hepatitis virus infection. (9)
8.Type of virus transmitted by mosquitoes or other invertebrates. (9)
9.ELISA, definition. (6-6, 13, 5) (4 Words)
10.Small blood vessels allowing gas exchange with tissues. (11)
18.Viral genus that dengue virus belongs to. (10)
21.Insect-borne virus transmission cycles involving forest animals, with occasional spill-over into humans. (8, 6) (2 Words)
23.Immune cause of haemorrhage shared by dengue virus and Ebola virus. (8, 5) (2 Words)
26.Indirect assay that provides an image of viral particles. (8, 10) (2 Words)
27.Dengue virus protein contributing to haemorrhage. (3)
29.Alphavirus lineage to which chikungunya virus belongs. (3, 5) (2 Words)
31.Ebola virus causing most cases. (5, 10) (2 Words)
34.Insect-borne virus for which humans are dead-end hosts because the virus does not replicate to high enough levels in the blood. (4, 4, 5) (3 Words)
35.Scientific word describing the escape of blood from any blood vessel in the body. (11)
36.Inflammation of the brain. (12)
37.Scientific word describing the presence of virus in the bloodstream. (8)
41.Inflammation of the lining of the brain. (10)
44.Scientific word describing the cells or tissues infected by a virus. (7)

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