By: Areeba Shaikh
Symptoms includes: The patient first starts with initial symptoms including fever, headache, joint and muscle pain, sore throat, rash, stomach pain, hiccups and difficulty breathing. Later, the patient may experience internal bleeding that results in vomiting or coughing blood.
How is the immune cell involved in immune response?
How Ebola Viruses Replecates
Ebola Virus starts with the lysogenic cycle then ends with the lytic cycle.
Attachment- The virus attaches to host cell
Going in the cell- Ebola virus envelope and cellular membrane of the cell bond together and the virus gets released.
Transcription- Virus DNA integrates into the host cell chromosomes, which is then translated into viral protein.
RNA strand is synthesized to be used as a template strand to create a single strand RNA.
When the host cell reproduces, it copies the viral DNA and is transmitted into the daughter cells. (cell division produces many infected cells with the infected DNA)
The cells burst and release more viruses
Avoid contact with infected people.
Avoid areas that are having Ebola outbreaks. and
- Avoid contact with infected people’s blood and body fluids.