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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 West Nile Virus! Most CasesHave No Symptoms Prevention The Organism & Its Tricky Path Bug Spary Nets Clothes Stay Inside mild symptoms are nausea, anorexia,malaise, myalgia,headache, rash, eyepain, & vomiting and thought be transmitted byorgantransplantation,breastfeeding, and blood transfusions Aedes, Culex, or Anopheles mosquitoes Transmitted by severer symptoms include muscle weakness, flaccid paralysis, photophobia, seizures, mental status changes,respiratory symptoms, and neck, arm, leg rashes, confusion,stupor, and coma may result depending on the severity The flavivirus West Nile Virus is a single stranded RNA with about ten thousand to eleven thousand bases on it. As the RNA virus it has an elevated rate of mutation, which results in the lack of DNA polymerases, which finds and edits the DNA of that cell. A higher mutation rate means more variations you get within the WNV. WNV replicates at the site of vaccination and then spread to lymph nodes and the bloodstream leading it straight to the central nervous system. The virus the viral punctures the central nervous system, which follow with the stimulation of receptors. WNV directly infects neurons, particularly in deep nuclei and gray part of the brain, brainstem, and spinal cord. Collateral destruction of the close nerve cells around it may contribute to paralysis.Immune-mediated tissue damage may also contribute to pathologic changes in rare cases.
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