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Question 1:
What genus does Rhinovirus belong to?
Tremella
Dives
Salix
Rhinovirus

Question 2:
What family does Rhinovirus belong to?
Vespidae
Anteosauridae
Picornaviridae
see text

Question 3: non-enveloped: Parvoviridae (________)
AdenoviridaeParvovirus B19Virus diseaseRotavirus

Question 4: ________-alpha used intranasally was shown to be effective against rhinovirus infections.
Peginterferon alfa-2aInterferon-gammaInterferonInterferon alfa-2b

Question 5: Rhinoviruses are the most common viral infective agents in humans, and a causative agent of the ________.
InfluenzaViral pneumoniaCommon coldSevere acute respiratory syndrome

Question 6: At the 5' end of the ________ is a virus-encoded protein, and like mammalian mRNA, there is a 3' poly-A tail.
DNAGenomeGeneticsGenomics

Question 7: ________ and extreme exhaustion are more usual in influenza.
Influenza-like illnessFeverMalaiseHeadache

Question 8: Rhinoviruses are composed of a capsid, that contains four viral ________ VP1, VP2, VP3 and VP4.
ProteinMetabolismActinMyosin

Question 9: Afterward, the virus binds to ________ (Inter-Cellular Adhesion Molecule 1) also known as CD54 (Cluster of Differentiation 54) receptors on respiratory epithelial cells.
CDH2VCAM-1ICAM-1CDH1 (gene)

Question 10: As the virus replicates and spreads, infected cells release distress signals known as ________ and cytokines (which in turn activate inflammatory mediators).
Fas ligandCD154ChemokineB-cell activating factor







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