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Banna Virus (BAV)

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Jenna Davis

on 15 May 2014

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Transcript of Banna Virus (BAV)

- RNA injector
- Double stranded RNA virus that is classified in the Reoviridae and the genus Seadornavirus

Encephalitis
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Transmission
: By the bite of a mosquito, cow, or pig
-Not just caused by this virus
-specifically affects the hosts spinal cord and brain
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Causes
: Fever, severe headaches, seizures, respiratory problems
-Coma
What does this mean?
- Reoviridae means it is a virus that can affect the gastrointestinal and respiratory system.
- Seadornavirus means that it originated in Southeast Asia
- Cerebral fluid extracted, China 1987
Type of Virus
Treatment
- aimed at alleviating the symptoms until immune system has cleared the infection
- antiviral and anti-inflammation drugs
-Bed rest
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Severe
: Hospitalized
Detection
- Difficult to detect

- must undergo specific testing/ expensive

-Mimics flu like symptoms
What is it?
Treatment
More Graphs/ Pictures
Banna Virus (BAV)
Works Cited
"Encephalitis." Definition. N.p., n.d. Web. 01 May 2014.
"Structural Organization of an Encephalitic Human Isolate of Banna Virus." Journal of General Virology. N.p., n.d. Web. 01 May 2014.
"ViralZone: Seadornavirus." ViralZone: Seadornavirus. N.p., n.d. Web. 01 May 2014.
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