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Viruses

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Viri | Viruses
Since there has been produced a large number of bacterial and viral nosodes with only few known remedy pictures, in the following list we only give those that have been proven or that at least are commonly used.
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DNA viri | DNA Viruses
Poxviridae

Large viruses of complex structure with linear double-stranded DNA.

Adenoviridae

Nonenveloped virions of icosahedral symmetry and linear double-stranded DNA.

Herpesviridae

Icosahedral virion with capsid and linear double-stranded DNA. (EBV, Herpes, Cytomegalie, Varizellen)

Iridoviridae

Large enveloped or nonenveloped icosahedral virions with linear double-stranded DNA.

Hepadnaviridae

Small enveloped spherical virions with circular double-stranded DNA.

Papovaviridae

Icosahedral, nonenveloped virions with circular DNA. (HPV, Papillomaviridae, Polyomaviridae)

Parvoviridae

Small icosahedral, nonenveloped virions with single-stranded DNA.

RNA viri | RNA Viruses
Picornaviridae

Small icosahedral, nonenveloped virions with nonsegmented single-stranded, plus-strand RNA. (polioviruses, Coxsackie viruses, echoviruses), cardioviruses, rhinoviruses (common cold viruses), and aphthoviruses (foot-and-mouth disease virus of cattle).

Caliciviridae

Icosahedral, nonenveloped virions with single plus-strand RNA.

Togaviridae

Small enveloped virions. The genome is single plus-strand RNA.

Flaviviridae

Enveloped and spherical in shape with nonsegmented single plus-strand RNA. Cause yellow fever, dengue, tick-borne encephalitis, and Japanese B encephalitis; hog cholera virus (pestivirus) and hepatitis C virus of humans.

Coronaviridae

Enveloped virions with single plus-strand RNA genome.

Orthomyxoviridae

Enveloped virions with negative-strand RNA and endogenous RNA polymerase.

Paramyxoviridae

Enveloped virions with single negative-strand nonsegmented RNA. (human parainfluenza viruses, rinderpest)

Rhabdoviridae

Enveloped virions with single minus-strand RNA.

Filoviridae

Enveloped virions with single minus-strand RNA. (Marburg, Ebola viruses)

Arenaviridae

Enveloped virions with minus-strand RNA.

Bunyaviridae

Enveloped virions with single-stranded RNA of negative sense. (bunyavirus, phlebovirus, nairovirus, taspovirus, and hantavirus)

Retroviridae

Enveloped virions with single plus-strand RNA in nondefective virions and a reverse transcriptase.

Reoviridae

Nonenveloped icosahedral virions with double-stranded RNA. rotaviruses (widespread causative agents of gastroenteritis in mammals, including humans).