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A new vaccine prevents the most common form of gastroenteritis in young children. The vaccine utilizes the unaltered genetic material from this virus as antigenic material for immune recognition. Which type of genetic material is this most likely to be?
A. Non-enveloped double-stranded DNA
B. Non-enveloped double-stranded RNA
C. Enveloped single-stranded DNA
D. Non-enveloped single-stranded RNA
E. Enveloped double-stranded RNA
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[QUOTE=ricko335;61237]A new vaccine prevents the most common form of gastroenteritis in young children. The vaccine utilizes the unaltered genetic material from this virus as antigenic material for immune recognition. Which type of genetic material is this most likely to be?
A. Non-enveloped double-stranded DNA
B. Non-enveloped double-stranded RNA
C. Enveloped single-stranded DNA
D. Non-enveloped single-stranded RNA
E. Enveloped double-stranded RNA[/QUOTE
sure its rotavirus its gonna be B nonenveloped double stranded RNA virus its in class reoviridae
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looks like B ?
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The correct answer is B.
Rotavirus is a type of reovirus, and the most common cause of gastroenteritis (both fatal and non-fatal) in young children. These types of viruses contain non-enveloped, double-stranded RNA with 10-12 segments
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B. Non-enveloped double-stranded RNA
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lenardo di CaPiReo likes to ran (RNA) naked : calici, picorna and Reo virus family


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