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Does the polio virus go through the lytic cycl the lysogenic cycle or both?


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Answered 2010-11-22 02:26:26


just lytic


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You can't get polio from kissing. Polio is spread by the oral fecal route.

Polio is transmitted, most commonly, through fecal matter and saliva.

Polio is transmitted through saliva. This could be found in lakes, pools, sharing a drink, etc.

Polio paralyzes a part of your body, and if it isnot taken care of soon enough it can spread through your whole body. ):

Polio only effects humans and it enters the environment through an polio infected persons feces. It can be transmitted through contaminated water and food and through a person with the disease. It is so contagious that anyone living with an infected person is at high risk of contracting it. Its main cause is unsanitary conditions.

The polio virus is often transmitted via fecal matter. It can also be transmitted through food or water or an infected person.

There is no cure for polio, but polio prevention is available through a vaccine. Polio vaccine in the United States is given as an inactivated polio vaccine. Approximately 90 percent or more of polio vaccine recipients develop protective antibodies to all three polio virus types after two doses, and at least 99 percent are immune following three doses. With the continued success of polio vaccination programs, a cure for polio may be possible within the next decade.

Poliomyelitis Vaccine. I don't think they're are any other names to it than that and the "Polio Vaccine" It can be done by OPV (Oral Polio Vaccine) or through inoculation (Dead Polio Virus is injected into your body). This immunization is known to have side effects.

Polio is a noun. If you want to use polio with a verb, you could say: Contract polio Suffer from polio Die of polio Recover from polio Etc., etc. I hope that helped.

Polio is a highly contagious viral infection. Polio can affect the spinal cord causing muscle weakness and paralysis. Polio is usually introduced through the mouth after touching stools of infected individuals.

No, it takes the polio virus to cause polio. The polio virus can be defeated by having a polio vaccination.

Polio is an enteric(food/water born) origin disease.If mother is carrier of Polio it can be transmitted to child through feco-oral route.Not transmitted by breast feeding or by usual child care.

Polio, when untreated can cause paralysis. Polio is not fatal. A cure for polio is penicillin.

Polio can be contracted by contact with a person infected with polio.

Polio is caused by a virus. There is no cure for polio.

Polio is caused by polio virus.

there are three different types of polio. 1. Spinal Polio 2. Bulbar Polio 3. Bulbospinal Polio.

The organism that causes polio is a virus.

How Do You Get Polio? -- An OverviewPolio is a highly contagious illness that can spread easily from person to person. In fact, when a person is infected with polio, it is expected that polio transmission among susceptible household contacts will occur in nearly 100 percent of children and over 90 percent of adults. Polio is also known as:PoliomyelitisInfantile paralysisPolio disease.When a person is infected with poliovirus, the virus resides in the intestinal tract and mucus in the nose and throat. Poliovirus transmission most often occurs through contact with stool of this infected person (known as fecal-oral transmission). Less frequently, polio transmission can occur through contact with infected respiratory secretions or saliva (oral-oral transmission).


1789 was when polio was first diagnosed!!!! polio was found in 1789

for little kids going through Polio disease

It enters the body via mucus membranes or through ingestion

Jonas Salk developed a vaccine for polio not a cure for polio. There is no cure for polio. Polio at the time was a very serious and feared disease.

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