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  Lysogenic cycle: Facts and details from Encyclopedia Topic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The lysogenic cycle is complementary to the lytic cycle lytic cycle quick summary:
The lytic cycle is one of the two cycles of viral reproduction, the other being the lysogenic cycle....
(then the lysogenic cycle before travelling to the nervous system where it resides in the nerve fibers as an episomal element.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/l/ly/lysogenic_cycle.htm   (426 words)

In the lysogenic cycle the host cell does not make more viruses, but simply harbors the entire viral genome in the cell, usually by incorporating it into the cell's genome.
Sometimes after lysogenic integration of the viral genome into the host's DNA, an "induction event" can cause the viral infection to revert to the lytic cycle, in which the cell makes many copies of the virus and dies.
If the new infections are lysogenic, the virus's genes may again become integrated into the DNA of the new cells without harm to them.
www.geneticengineering.org /evolution/virus.html   (2821 words)

 Lytic Cycle   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Forum Tutorials Dictionary Directory Dictionary > L > Lytic Cycle lytic cycle The general life cycle of a lytic virus, from infection of the host cell, hijacking of the host cells...
Free Trial Details: Virus Life Cycle (Lytic) Release a lytic virus in a group of cells and observe how cells are infected over time and eventually destroyed.
Basic notes on a range of subjects including lytic life cycle, lysogenic life cycle, and mapping and recombination.
www.piedmontbike.com /lytic-cycle.html   (213 words)

 The Bacteriophage Ecology Group News (July 1, 2000)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
During the lysogenic cyle an infected bacterium does not produce phage progeny nor release phage progeny into the extracellular environment.
A temperate phage is one that is capable of displaying a lysogenic infection.
Distribution of lytic and lysogenic life cycles in natural marine-virus communities; effect of viral lysis on bacterial mortality and element cycling; viral diversity and effect of phages on marine bacterial diversity; phage-host interactions; evolution of viruses and their subcellular relatives, the transposable elements.
www.mansfield.ohio-state.edu /~sabedon/bgnws005.htm   (13020 words)

 Gene Control
The lytic cycle occurs when the viral DNA immediately takes over the host cell (remember that viruses are obligate intracellular
Eventually the new viruses cause the rupture (or lysis) of the cell, releasing those new viruses to continue the infection cycle.
The lysogenic cycle occurs when the viral DNA is incorporated into the host DNA as a prophage.
www.estrellamountain.edu /faculty/farabee/biobk/BioBookGENCTRL.html   (2832 words)

 Articles - Antibody   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Together with the plasma component complement, antibodies can kill bacteria directly.
It is important to note that antibodies cannot attack pathogens within cells, and certain viruses "hide" inside cells (as part of the lysogenic cycle) for long periods of time to avoid them.
This is the reason for the chronic nature of many minor skin diseases (such as cold sores); any given outbreak is quickly suppressed by the immune system, but the infection is never truly eradicated because some cells retain viruses that will resume the apparent symptoms later.
www.babyblanketcenter.com /articles/Antibody   (2369 words)

 Viruses and Other Gene Transfer Mechanisms. by Brig Klyce
Recently scientists have learned that even during latency, some of the virus's genes can be expressed (11).
Lytic infection of one host followed by lysogenic infection in another is also called transduction.
Matthew K. Waldor and John J. Mekalanos, "Lysogenic Conversion by a Filamentous Phage Encoding Cholera Toxin" p 1910-1914 v 272, Science, June 28, 1996.
www.panspermia.com /virus.htm   (7921 words)

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