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Specific Virus Information:


Myovirus


Nodavirus


Orthomyxoviruses -- Influenza Viruses


Paramyxoviridae -- Para-influenza, Measles Viruses

  • Paramyxoviruses- from our own course and tutorial page, courtesy of A. J. Cann
  • Paramyxoviridae - This page is dedicated to Paramyxoviridae including Nipah Virus, Hendra Virus, Equine Morbillivirus(EMV), Lyssavirus and Menangle virus.
  • Paramyxovirus Images- Electron micrographs from Linda Stannard at UCT.
  • Paramyxoviruses- A Tutorial from the University of Leicester (UK)

    Paramyxoviruses -- Para-influenza Viruses

  • Para-influenza virus Information from the National Center for Infectious Diseases, National Respiratory and Enteric Virus Surveillance Program.

    Rubulaviruses -- Mumps Viruses

  • Mumps the Virus - a student's summary of mumps pages on the net.
  • Mumps Fact Sheet - From the Epidemiology and Disease Control Program for the State of Maryland.
  • Mumps - from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
  • Mumps virus Infections - a good description of the clinical effects and symptoms of mumps virus infection from KidsHealth.org - a project of The Nemours Center For Children's Health Media.
  • Mumps Fact Sheet- from the Epidemiology and Disease Control Program for the State of Maryland.

    Morbilliviruses -- Measles Viruses

  • The Shaila's Lab is working on Rinderpest virus and PPRV, from the paramyxoviridae family.
  • Measles - from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
  • Measles Fact Sheet - From the Epidemiology and Disease Control Program for the State of Maryland.
  • Measles Infections - a good description of the clinical effects and symptoms of measles (rubeola) virus infection from KidsHealth.org - a project of The Nemours Center For Children's Health Media.
  • Measles- A text file from the New York Department of Health

    Pneumovirinae -- Respiratory Syncytial Viruses

  • Respiratory Syncytial Virus Infections (RSV) - a good description of the clinical effects and symptoms of respiratory syncytial virus infection from KidsHealth.org - a project of The Nemours Center For Children's Health Media.
  • Respiratory Syncytial Viruses Fact Sheet from the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services Regulation and Licensure
  • RSV Protection Information Center - An informative website providing updated research regarding the dangers of Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) in susceptible newborns and possible treatments.
  • Pneumovirus Laboratory Homepage (PVL), University of Warwick, Dept. of Biological Sciences. This page contains information about pneumoviruses (human RSV and avian pneumovirus) and other Paramyxoviridae. Also contains links to molecular biology/virology techniques.
  • RSV Information from the National Center for Infectious Diseases, National Respiratory and Enteric Virus Surveillance Program. This site also includes a section about RSV in the Child Care Setting.
  • RSV Info Center - An informational website geared towards physicians on Respiratory Syncytial Virus diagnosis, management and sequelae. Includes an RSV research library and resources for healthcare providers. This site has also proven very popular with parents.


Papovaviridae

    Papillomaviruses

  • Warts, Genital (Condyloma) Fact Sheet - From the Epidemiology and Disease Control Program for the State of Maryland.
  • VIDA: The Virus Database (VIDA) at University College London organises all available sequences from different families of animal viruses: herpesvirus, poxvirus, papillomavirus, coronavirus and arterivirus. The ORF products are clustered into homologous protein families via an automated procedure that uses the sequence similarity search tool BLAST and the MKDOM program. Conserved regions in the families can be retrieved in the form of multiple alignments. Links exist to a number of databases: Swissprot, EMBL and the structural databases CATH and PDB.
  • Papillomavirus Images from Linda Stannard at UCT
  • Human Papillomavirus Database at Los Alamos National Laboratory
  • Turtle Trax - Sickbay: provides information on fibropapillomas, a disease of green sea turtles. It is now almost certain a virus is the cause. The Sickbay provides numerous photos of turtles suffering from the tumours so characteristic of this disease. All photos are of sea turtles in the wild.


Parvoviridae


Phycodnaviridae

  • World of Chlorella Viruses - This is the Web site for the Jim Van Etten lab at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. It contains a brief history of the chlorella viruses (family Phycodnaviridae, genus Chlorovirus), a gallery of images of the virus, a list of all the publications (that we know of) about chlorella viruses, and links to other sites dealing with chlorella viruses.


Picornaviridae


Poxviridae

  • Poxviruses- from our own course and tutorial page, courtesy of A. J. Cann
  • Poxviruses - A Tutorial from the University of Leicester (UK)
  • Monkeypox - a World Health Organization Fact Sheet
  • VIDA: The Virus Database (VIDA) at University College London organises all available sequences from different families of animal viruses: herpesvirus, poxvirus, papillomavirus, coronavirus and arterivirus. The ORF products are clustered into homologous protein families via an automated procedure that uses the sequence similarity search tool BLAST and the MKDOM program. Conserved regions in the families can be retrieved in the form of multiple alignments. Links exist to a number of databases: Swissprot, EMBL and the structural databases CATH and PDB.
  • From an introductory virology page (Human Viruses: General Information) - a special page on Poxviruses.



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