Jenny Dorth & Jonathan Volk
Humans and Viruseshttp://www.stanford.edu/~siegelr
This web page is intended to supplement previous Humans and Viruses Adenoviridae student web pages. It contains primary reference updates from 1999-2000, links to previous student web pages, and Adenoviridae information resources on WWW. In addition, representative viral profiles of the Adenoviridae family will be given that include incubation, epidemiology, symptomology and management.
Though not related to the Adenoviridae family, links to mock viral "Pokémon" cards designed by Jonathan Volk and Jenny Dorth are included. These cards outline the pathogenesis of six viruses, each from different viral families.
Lastly, information about the mechanism and administration of two antiviral drugs, zidovudine (AZT) and trifluridine (TFT), is provided.
Table of Contents
Viral ProfilesAdenoviridae Serotypes 4 & 7 Adenoviridae Serotypes 40 & 41 Adenoviridae Serotypes 8, 19, & 37
Adenoviridae UpdatesPrimary References from 1999-2000
Links to Previous Student Web Pages with Additions and CorrectionsAdditions and Corrections http://www.stanford.edu/group/virus/adeno/adeno.html http://www.stanford.edu/group/virus/1999/nudle/adenoviridae.html
Adenovirus Resources on the Webhttp://www.cdc.gov/ncidod/dvrd/nrevss/eadfeat.htm http://www.tulane.edu/~dmsander/Big_Virology/BVDNAadeno.html http://www.chu-rouen.fr/ssf/organ/adenoviridae.html http://medir.ohsu.edu/cliniweb/C2/C2.256.76.html
"Pokémon" Pathogen CardsO'nyong-nyong virus HIV-2 Hepatitis G virus (HGV) B virus Rift Valley Fever Virus (RVF) Variola minor
Antiviral Drug Profiles
Zidovudine (AZT)http://www.stanford.edu/group/virus/1999/thanatos/zidovudine.html Trifluridine (TFT)
Jonathan Volk and Jenny Dorth are both Juniors at Stanford University. More than anything in the world, Jenny and Jonathan enjoy spending all of their Friday and Saturday evenings hiding behind Fields Virology in the basement of Lane Medical Library. However, they both look forward to next quarter when they will be able to study for more than just one class. In addition, Jonathan and Jenny are excited that after they complete their Humans & Viruses final examination, they will once again be able to eat, sleep, and reestablish contact with friends and family.
Works consulted for Fundamental Adenoviriae Information:
Gorbach et al. Infectious Diseases. W.B. Saunders Co. 1998. pg. 2012-9.
Fields et al. Fields Virology, Third Edition. Lippincott-Raven Publishers. 1996. pg. 2149-66.
Mardell et al. Principles and Practice of Infectious Diseases, 5th Edition. Churchilll Livingstone. 2000. pg. 1624-1629.