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Is rabies lytic?


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2014-10-06 21:20:47
2014-10-06 21:20:47

Yes rabies is lytic. The lytic cycle is a cycle of viral reproduction and is how some diseases are spread.


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the lytic cycle concludes with the host cell being burst open releasing more viruses which then repeats the lytic cycle

Unlike lytic viruses, lysogenic viruses do NOT lyse the host cell right away where as lytic cells do.

Some do have a lytic cycle but some have a lysogenic cycle. The common cold is a virus that has a lytic cycle. HIV has a lysogenic (hides) cycle.

I believe it is lytic. Think: colds are fast acting; they don't sit in your cell for years on end. This means they are lytic (fast acting).

The same steps outlined in the lytic cycle apply to influenza. See the related question for more information about the lytic cycle and the steps involved.

Cats get rabies from other animals that have rabies. Rabies IS VERY DANGEROUS!!!!

Neither. The lytic and lysogenic cycles are for viruses. Streptococcus Pyogenes is a bacteria.

A lytic virus will destroy its' host cell at the end of the lytic cycle.

The last step in the lytic cycle is that new viruses begin to be made

Rabies can only occur if your dog is not vaccinated against rabies and if the dog that bit your dog has rabies. If it does not have rabies then your dog will not have rabies. But if you're still in doubt, see your Veterinarian.

Lytic enzymes help break down (lyse) different material. Lytic enzymes are mainly found inside of lysosomes, the organelle that breaks down foreign material.

Rabies virus is the causative agent for rabies.

Pigs can get rabies. Ducks do not get rabies.

Once the virus is inside the cell it's either is lytic or lysogenic. If the virus is lysogenic then it eventually turns to lytic and destroys the cell releasing a lot of baby viruses.

The lytic cycle is one that produces more flu particles. The bird flu doesn't have a lysogenic cycle or hidden cycle. It has only a lytic cycle.

NO. The rabies vaccine is to protect your animal from getting rabies. In fact, the rabies vaccine is required in most states.

Rabies is caused by rabies virus.

On an x-ray, lytic lesions are light areas found in otherwise dense bone. This suggests something has destroyed or replaced that part of bone. There are both cancerous and noncancerous causes of lytic lesions.

Yes, that is the whole purpose of a rabies shot. It will not cure rabies. If rabies is suspected, a veterinarian must be consulted immediately.

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