Viruses

Bluetongue Virus: Transmission, Diagnosis, Symptoms, And Treatment

Introduction Bluetongue virus is from the genus Orbivirus in the family Reoviridae. Bluetongue virus is a non-zoonotic disease of ruminants like sheep, cattle, and deer that is believed to have originated in South Africa as early as the 18th century. This virus was first known as the ‘epizootic catarrh’ and was later named ‘malarial catarrhal …

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The Negative Impacts of Computer Viruses And Hackers During The US Elections

Abstract Elections held over the internet can revolutionize the way that the American people cast their votes. Many are concerned that the vulnerabilities of the internet can compromise crucial systems and ultimately taint the voting system. Hackers and viruses can play a disastrous role in the downfall of an online election. Internet Based Elections Throughout …

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Newcastle disease (ND)

Newcastle disease (ND) is categorised by the Office International des Epizooties (OIE) as a list A transmittable disease of poultry (Alexander, 2000). A major epidemic of Newcastle disease (ND) in different parts of the world had caused massive economic losses in poultry. The first epidemics of Newcastle disease (ND) in poultry was in 1926, in …

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Aproaches Of Controlling And Preventing Malaria Transmission

Predators, particularly fishes like Gambusia, Tilapia, Poeciellia and Aphanius dispar dispar. Even viruses can be used to kill mosquitoes. These viruses are beneficial because they are species-specific, non – toxic to humans and easy to distribute. Protozoans, microsporidia, Metarhizium anisopliae, Beauveria tenella, Lagenidium giganteum, and Chrysosprium lobatum. All of the pathogens mentioned above are effective …

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A Case Study on Rabies

Rabies case study Rabies is a very interesting disease to research as it is such a complex virus. It is a zoonotic disease spread through bites or saliva of an infected animal. It is usually fatal as it does not show definitive signs of the infection until it is too late. The only diagnosis is …

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Top Five It System Security

The term “virus” has been used as a catchall phrase for many threats. Essentially, a virus is a computer program that, like a medical virus, has the ability to replicate and infect other computers. Viruses are transmitted over networks or via USB drives and other portable media. In e-commerce sector of any business affected by …

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The Human papilloma virus (HPV)

Human papilloma virus (HPV) can appear just about anywhere on the body. The most common locations are mouth, anus and genitals where moist mucous membranes exist. Some common symptoms are warts, small, big, white, beige or brown skin growths and even several different types of cancer. There are more than 100 different types of HPV …

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Mechanism of Hepatitis B Virus

Millions of people are chronically infected with HBV worldwide despite the use of an effective vaccine. Those infected are at a high risk of developing liver cancer. Although current therapeutic regimens exist that can efficiently suppress viral replication of HBV, the virus has a unique replication strategy that enables the virus to persist within infected …

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Detection the infection of HRV

Human rhinoviruses (HRVs) first discovered in the1950s in an effort to identifythe etiology of common cold. About 60 years later the search for a “cure” for the common coldvirus infection is still ongoing. Studies have revealed that HRV has been detected in patients with respiratory tract infections worldwide leading to considerable economic burdens in terms …

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Foot-and-mouth disease

Foot and mouth disease (FMD) is a very important transboundary animal disease (TAD) caused by foot and mouth disease virus (FMDV). The FMD virus is highly variable, occurring in seven different serotypes, viz., O, A, C, Asia1, South African Territories (SAT) 1, SAT 2, and SAT 3, globally (Gao et al., 2016), but their geographical …

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The influenza virus

Usually most people have heard of influenza, or in other words the flu. The flu is a contagious respiratory illness caused by influenza that infect the nose, throat, and even the lungs. There are three different types of the influenza virus which are: influenza A, influenza B, and influenza C. Influenza A is the most …

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Report On The Causes And Effects Of The Outbreak Of Zika Virus

Abstract Zika virus mosquito-borne flavivirus is the focal point of a continuous pandemic and open wellness crisis. Recently limited to sporadic cases in Africa and Asia, the development of Zika infection in Brazil in 2015 proclaimed fast spread all through the Americas. Most Zika virus contaminations are portrayed by subclinical or moderate flu-like disease, serious …

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Different Kinds Of Computer Viruses: Their Creation, Effects, And Preventative Measures

Paper on viruses Computer viruses are an unfortunate daily occurrence, due to their high prevalence and ability to do a range of things. They can range from simple packet sniffing to data mining to keylogging. In my paper, I will be discussing computer viruses, how they’re constructed, the different types of viruses, how they work …

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Antivirus Programming

Foes endeavor to get into your system consistently. Regardless of whether they abuse bugs, trap representatives, or exploit different vulnerabilities, aggressors will persevere relentlessly to increase unlawful access. More terrible, you might be at to a greater degree a hindrance than you may know. Antivirus, malware-expulsion programming, and different devices in a conventional security stack …

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Computer Viruses

The Anna Kournikova worm Anna Kournikova (named by its author as “Vbs.OnTheFly Created By OnTheFly”) was a computer worm written by a 20-year-old Dutch student named Jan de Wit who called himself ‘OnTheFly’ on February 11, 2001. It was designed to trick email users into opening a mail message purportedly containing a picture of the …

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Human Papillomavirus (HPV) infection

The patient presenting genital warts in cauliflower shape leads me to a diagnosis of Human Papillomavirus (HPV) infection due to immunosuppression secondary to untreated past infection with Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV). This virus is the only recognized cause of this condition therefore a differential diagnosis with another condition like this one is not available. What …

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Threats Of Congenital Infection With Rubella Virus

According to integrated standards of practice, developed by ministry of health and population in 2005, components of the PMC package are premarital history taking and examination, premarital immunization, premarital investigations and premarital counseling. A – Premarital examination and history taking PME and history taking provides a base line assessment of prospective married couples. It is …

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Overview Of Dengue Fever Virus

Dengue Fever Virus (DENV) is one of the life-threatening diseases which are caused by pests that transfers infectious agents from a living organism to another that causes serious illnesses. It has become the most endemic tropical disease in the Philippines especially during rainy season, starting from the month of June to August where optimum transmissions …

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