By Karl Maramorosch, Thomas Mettenleiter
Released considering 1953, Advances in Virus Research covers a various diversity of in-depth experiences, delivering a helpful evaluation of the present box of virology.
- Contributions from prime authorities
- Informs and updates on the entire most up-to-date advancements within the field
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And to a proviral element in the genome of Haloferax volcanii (Roine & Oksanen, 2011). , 2010). The viral lipids of HHPV-1 are similar to those observed for HRPV-1, and the virus acquires them unselectively from the host. , 2010). A global survey of nine different hypersaline environments resulted in the isolation of four new pleomorphic viruses similar to HRPV-1 and HHPV-1 (Fig. , 2012). , 2012). Virion morphology was studied by cryoelectron microscopy and tomography revealing that all the viruses were roughly spherical and decorated with spikes having virion diameters from 40 to 70 nm (Fig.
Laidlawii (strain Ja1; Dybvig & Maniloff, 1983). The productive virus life cycle is nonlytic and persistent retarding the host growth rate. After 6 h postinfection, the virus is able to persist in the host cells, which in turn can give rise to new carrier cell clones or cells that are resistant to the virus (Putzrath & Maniloff, 1977). In the lysogenic state, L2 integrates into a unique site in the host genome (Dybvig & Maniloff, 1983). L2 was isolated in England by washing the host cultures with phosphatebuffered saline (Gourlay, 1971).
In spite of this, the observed diversity of virion morphotypes is higher for archaea predicting that novel viral architectures will be discovered in the future. Surprisingly, when taking into account the overall estimated abundance of viruses in the biosphere (above 1031; Suttle, 2005), we have only observed half-a-dozen morphotypes for bacteriophages and about a dozen for the archaeal ones (Fig. 1). The reasonably late discovery of lipids particularly in archaeal viruses has brought surprises and points toward additional diversity.
Advances in Virus Research, Vol. 92 by Karl Maramorosch, Thomas Mettenleiter