Are HPV viruses RNA or DNA viruses?
They are (double stranded) DNA viruses.
Both HSV and HPV are DNA viruses
Viruses are made of a protein shell and either DNA or RNA. Viruses with RNA are called "retroviruses."
Viruses can have either single stranded RNA, single stranded DNA, double stranded RNA, or double stranded DNA.
Viruses are infectious agents that replicates only within the presence of host cell. There are two main types of viruses based on their nucleic acid as a genetic material- RNA Viruses and DNA Viruses. RNA viruses have RNA (ribonucleic acid) as their genetic material and are usually single stranded, whereas, DNA Viruses have DNA (deoxyribo nucleic acid) as their nucleic acid and are usually double stranded. RNA Viruses mutates faster than DNA Viruses. DNA replication… Read More
rna viruses are unstable and uncontrollable
There are two main types of viruses: DNA viruses or RNA viruses but not both DNA and RNA.
Viruses have their own genome which can be made of RNA or DNA, so some do contain DNA. Some viruses, but not all. All viruses have some sort of nucleic acid, whether single-stranded DNA, double-stranded DNA, single-stranded RNA, or double-stranded RNA.
DNA and RNA viruses.
DNA and RNA. Viruses that use RNA often have to have enzymes that convert the RNA to DNA.
Yes,viruses contain either DNA or RNA depending on the type of the species.There are certain viruses which have single stranded DNA/RNA and even double stranded DNA.Well,DNA is a genetic material like wise RNA is also a genetic material..eg.Rubella is caused by a RNA-containing virus whereas smallpox is caused by a DNA -containing virus.
RNA viruses generally have very height mutation rates compared to DNA viruses, because viral RNA polymerases lack the proof. readind ability of DNA polymerases. RNA viruses includs SARs, influenza, and hepatitisc. chacha on!
They are called Rna viruses. Rna retro-viruses are a different and somewhat more complex matter.
No it is not. Retroviruses are RNA viruses that can change their RNA into DNA for cell infection (example HIV). Influenza viruses are also RNA viruses, but they do not transcribe the RNA into DNA. Some people think the R in RNA stands for retrovirus, but it stands for ribonucleic acid.
Pneumonia is inflammation of the lung disease. It can be caused by bacteria or viruses. Most of the time, it is bacterial (which contain DNA). Viruses can be RNA or DNA-based.
Reverse transcriptase is the name given to the group of viruses having both the RNA and DNA.
Some viruses move RNA, some DNA; but RNA is more common.
reverse transcriptase. With this enzyme, the RNA viruses can make DNA using their RNA as a template.
Some viruses contain RNA; these are known as retroviruses. Others contain DNA.
No they don't
Both plant and animal cells and viruses contain RNA. Some viruses contain DNA but not both DNA and RNA. Animal and plant cells contain both RNA and DNA.
during replication RNA-polimeraze it make a lot of erros.In this ways RNA viruses it mutate faster than DNa viruses.
RNA viruses are more dangerous because they mutate more rapidly than DNA viruses.
All viruses have genes made from either DNA or RNA but they themselves don't have DNA. (Viruses use tRNA or mRNA or DNA as a tool for infecting host cells, but they they do not use either for their own internal bio-mechanics)
There are several differences for example; most DNA viruses use the DNA polymerases of of the host cell to synthesize new genomes along the templates provided by the viral DNA, in contrast to replicate their genomes, RNA viruses use virally encoded polymerases that can use RNA as a template. RNA viruses usually retain their RNA within capsids, whilst DNA viruses are less "packaged" usually retained within say a head, or a capsomere. The main difference… Read More
Viruses contain either DNA or RNA.
Retroviruses have an RNA genome that replicate by way of reverse transcription of their RNA into DNA. Regular viruses do not have this RNA genome.
Viruses have either a DNA nucleic sequence OR a RNA nucleic sequence
Viruses are composed of two main parts: an outer protein covering called a capsid and an inside core of either DNA or RNA. Not both DNA and RNA. Some of these have an envelope over the capsid. Some enveloped viruses include norovirus (stomach bug), rotavirus and human papillomavirus (HPV). The envelope can be damaged by freezing temperatures, chlorine, and phenol. If damaged the virus cannot infect.
Yes DNA and RNA.
yes, but many viruses do not have DNA genome, but RNA genome.
Viruses that are made of DNA use the host cell's enzymes to synthesize the RNA needed to synthesize viral proteins. Viruses that contain RNA have an enzyme called reverse transcriptase which they can use to synthesize DNA from an RNA template. Thus, they don't need to have both.
ya RNA can make DNA but only in case of viruses. This process is called REVERSE TRANSCRIPTION.
Infuenza Virus Contain Both DNA and RNA. No other Virus show such characteristics.
A retrovirus transcribes RNA into DNA, whereas a regular virus transcribes DNA into RNA. (:
The RNA virisus's cells do not have a Golgi Complex, so they do not have the ability to package DNA.
Viruses are composed of two main parts: an outer protein covering called a capsid and an inside core of either DNA or RNA. Not both DNA and RNA. Living cells also contain DNA and RNA. These are the only thing shared by living cells and viruses.
Because it doesn't use it's DNA or RNA to function, it uses it to inject into a cell and switch the cell's instructions to its own so the cell will make more viruses. Cells have DNA and RNA to tell the cell what to do, but viruses just do it naturally. Viruses have no use for both.
RNA Polymerase - A polymerase that catalyzes the synthesis of a complementary strand of RNA from a DNA template, or, in some viruses, from an RNA template.
Directly, viruses mostly contain RNA used for replication in the host cell.
The hereditary material of viruses vary. Some viruses have DNA and some RNA. Viruses with RNA change, for example the flu, that's why we get a shot every year. The viruses with DNA don't change so that's why you need only one shot.
they have DNA or RNA
Both have dna and rna
In their DNA or RNA.
A brief on the central dogma first: double stranded DNA >> single stranded RNA >> proteins Some exceptions (or violations) to the central dogma of molecular biology are: Some microorganisms only contain RNA (and have no DNA) Some have RNA that is reverse transcripted into DNA and then back into RNA Some viruses have single stranded DNA Some viruses have double stranded RNA
All viruses have a core of DNA or RNA.
yes, But not compulsory there are so many RNA viruses also present
Viruses have either DNA or RNA but not both as their hereditary material.
Because they are just a piece of RNA or DNA that injects its RNA or DNA into a host to produce more.
Viruses have either DNA or RNA (not both) as their genetic material. Animal and plant cells have DNA as their genetic material and they also have RNA but it is used for producing proteins.
ANSWER There are only two differences between RNA and DNA and that is the substitution of Thymine (in DNA) with Uracil (in RNA). Although DNA is mostly double stranded and RNA mostly single stranded, there are BOTH single stranded DNA and double stranded RNA amongst the viruses. It is one of the major levels used to classify viruses. The other difference is, in DNA 2-deoxy-D-ribose is used in the spine while in RNA just plain… Read More