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  1. 1. Introduction
  2. 2. Talk outline
  3. 3. Viruses defined
  4. 4. Talk outline: history
  5. 5. History of virology
  6. 6. Talk outline: virus structure
  7. 7. Virus structure: the basics
  8. 8. Virus structure: capsid symmetry
  9. 9. Icosahedral naked capsid viruses
  10. 10. Helical naked capsid viruses
  11. 11. Icosahedral enveloped viruses
  12. 12. Helical enveloped viruses
  13. 13. Properties of enveloped viruses
  14. 14. Properties of naked capsid viruses
  15. 15. Talk outline: virus classification
  16. 16. Virus classification: introduction
  17. 17. Taxonomy is hierarchical
  18. 18. Taxonomy is polythetic
  19. 19. Nomenclature
  20. 20. Taxonomic classification of Mononegavirales
  21. 21. Classification of human viruses
  22. 22. Major diseases caused by human viruses
  23. 23. Vertebrate viruses
  24. 24. Complete virus taxonomy
  25. 25. Talk outline: virus replication
  26. 26. Virus replication: general
  27. 27. Virus replication: variations on the theme
  28. 28. dsDNA virus replication
  29. 29. ssDNA virus replication
  30. 30. (+)ssRNA virus replication
  31. 31. (-)ssRNA virus replication
  32. 32. dsRNA virus replication
  33. 33. (+)ssRNA retrovirus replication
  34. 34. dsDNA retrovirus replication
  35. 35. Virus growth
  36. 36. Talk outline: pathogenesis
  37. 37. Viral pathogenesis
  38. 38. Virus entry to host
  39. 39. Replication and spreading
  40. 40. Shedding and transmission
  41. 41. Mousepox pathogenesis
  42. 42. Disease patterns
  43. 43. Infection effects on cells
  44. 44. Talk outline: emerging virus infections
  45. 45. Emergence defined
  46. 46. Virus-host equilibrium
  47. 47. Factors influencing emergence
  48. 48. Emerging viruses 1973-2007
  49. 49. END

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Condit, R. (2007), "Principles of Virology I", in Palese, P. (ed.), Viruses and Viral Diseases: Emerging threats to humans and animals, The Biomedical & Life Sciences Collection, Henry Stewart Talks Ltd, London (online at http://hstalks.com/?t=BL0271642)

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Prof. Richard Condit Show Biography

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Prof. Richard Condit – University of Florida, USA

Richard Condit is a Professor of Molecular Genetics and Microbiology at the University of Florida. Dr. Condit conducted his undergraduate work in biology at the University of California at Santa Cruz and completed a PhD in molecular biophysics and biochemistry at Yale University. He was an Assistant and Associate Professor of Biochemistry at the State University of New York at Buffalo from 1978 - 1990, and has been on the faculty at the University of Florida since 1990. His interest is in the molecular genetics of vaccinia virus replication.

Publication Date

October, 2007

Topics Covered

Viruses defined... more

TOPICS COVERED IN THIS TALK

  • Viruses defined
  • History
  • Basic virus structure
  • Capsid symmetry
  • Properties of enveloped viruses
  • Properties of naked capsid viruses
  • Virus classification
  • Major diseases caused by human viruses
  • Virus replication
  • Virus growth
  • Viral pathogenesis
  • Entry
  • Replication and spread
  • Shedding, transmission
  • Disease patterns
  • Effects on cells
  • Emerging infections
  • Virus
  • host equilibrium
  • Factors influencing emergence

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