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+Jonika Weerasekare No viruses usually have single stranded rna as their genome. This kinda helps in a faster reverse transcription (y'know, synthesizing dna out of rna). So that they can multiply as fast as they can and make more copies.
So can anyone explain why is it that the purpose of immunotherapy for allergies is to direct the immune response away from humoral immunity and towards cellular mediated immunity? if the difference between humoral and cellular is just whether the cell has been infected or not?
He is not speaking at that level..in 30 mins how can he.. he is explaining basic immune response NOT virology..
But yeah, I just rechecked, he did say that only virus has dsDNA while mimicking a WBC thoughts.
He is also right because DNA should be in Nucleus not in interstitial space or serum where WBC operate. Any that are found where WBC operate must be virii or some fragment that must be removed..
+topkhani nah he's still wrong. He said leukocytes respond non-specifically to double-stranded DNA, as if double-stranded DNA is somehow foreign and indicates a virus. Pretty sure he meant dsRNA. but DNA isn't always double stranded. there are single stranded DNA viruses.
NOOOOO - he is right. DNA is always double stranded no matter where or what.
Yes, there are RNA viruses - AIDS virus is an example. It produces a special enzyme called reverse transcriptase which actually can reproduce a DNA strand from that RNA strand. Then only it can replicate from that newly made DNA..
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Khan [email protected] T-Lymphocyte is divided into "helper T cells, memory T-cells, suppressor T cells, and killer T cells.
(Not only T helper and Tc cells)
you would have discussed about these too.
I am sure double stranded DNA is found in some viruses i.e. Hepatitis B, herpes virus family incl. Herpes simplex virus 1 & 2, varicella-zoster virus, cytomegalovirus, & Epstein-Barr virus, adenoviruses, papillomaviruses, polyomaviruses & poxviruses such as smallpox.
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