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What is Paramyxoviridae? | Protein Virus

Paramyxoviridae - Protein Virus

Meaning of Paramyxoviridae: A family of viruses with special affinity for mucus proteins. Some properties are similar to orthomyxoviridae, but differ in morphology, nucleic acid composition and replication. The measles, respiratory syncytial and Newcastle disease virus in the undergraduate can infect humans and dogs at the same time, which is of great importance in the fields of medicine, veterinary medicine and military.
The Paramyxoviridae family in veterinary medicine includes Newcastle disease virus, Pev ruminant virus, and canine distemper virus.
Diameter:    150 nm

Particulars Chart Diagram of Paramyxoviridae

Paramyxoviridae Particulars

Polymorphic, slightly larger than orthomyxovirus, 150 nanometers or larger in diameter, with an envelope, and the surface of the envelope has ridge-like protrusions composed of glycoproteins. 
The virus particle contains a spiral-symmetric core-shell, and the nucleic acid is a continuous ssRNA (single-stranded RNA) long molecule with a molecular weight (5-7) × 106. 

RNA is negative stranded. During replication, RNA polymerase contained in the virion is transcribed into positive stranded mRNA (messenger ribonucleic acid).
RNA and protein synthesis are performed in the cytoplasm and sprout through the cytoplasmic membrane. 

Viral replication cannot be inhibited by actinomycin D. No genetic recombination was found. 

Most undergraduate viruses have erythrocyte adsorption and agglutination activity, neuraminidase activity, hemolytic activity, and cell fusion activity. 
Diagrammatic View of Paramyxoviridae under a Microscope

Viruses usually contain 5 to 7 proteins such as RNA polymerase, hemagglutinin, neuraminidase, cell fusion protein, core-shell structural protein, and membrane protein. 

Undergraduate virus-infected cell culture often causes multinuclear giant cell disease.

The viruses that are pathogenic to humans include parainfluenza virus, measles virus, mumps virus and respiratory syncytial virus. 

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