Our 1000+ Virology questions and answers focuses on all areas of Virology subject covering 100+ topics in Virology. These topics are chosen from a collection of most authoritative and best reference books on Virology. One should spend 1 hour daily for 2-3 months to learn and assimilate Virology comprehensively. This way of systematic learning will prepare anyone easily towards Virology interviews, online tests, examinations and certifications.
– 1000+ Multiple Choice Questions & Answers in Virology with explanations
– Every MCQ set focuses on a specific topic in Virology Subject
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– Anyone wishing to sharpen their knowledge of Virology Subject
– Anyone preparing for aptitude test in Virology
– Anyone preparing for interviews (campus/off-campus interviews, walk-in interview and company interviews)
– Anyone preparing for entrance examinations and other competitive examinations
– All – Experienced, Freshers and Students
Here’s list of Questions & Answers on Virology Subject covering 100+ topics:
1. Questions & Answers on Virus Definitions & Animal Viruses Methods
The section contains questions and answers on animal viruses methods, virus discovery, development, multiplication and its properties.
|Discovery, Development, Multiplication, and Properties of Virus||Methods for Studying Animal Viruses|
2. Questions on Viruses Structure & Classification
The section contains questions on viruses structure and classification.
|Structure of Viruses||Classification of Viruses|
3. Questions & Answers on Virus Growth in Cells
The section contains questions and answers on viral infection process.
|Process of Viral Infection – 1||Process of Viral Infection – 2|
4. Questions on Immune System, Virus Neutralization, Animal Viruses, Cells and Hosts Interactions
The section contains questions on virus immunology, interactions between animal viruses, cells and hosts.
Immunology of Virus
Interaction between Animal Viruses and Cells
|Interaction between Animal Viruses and Hosts|
5. Questions & Answers on Virus Latency Mechanism, Transmission and Evolution of Viruses
The section contains questions and answers on virus latency, transmission and evolution of viruses.
|Virus Latency||Transmission and Evolution of Viruses|
6. Questions on Human Viral Diseases
The section contains questions on human viral infections, hiv and aids, carcinogenesis, tumor viruses, prion diseases, vaccine and antivirals.
Human Viral Infections
HIV and AIDS
Carcinogenesis and Tumor Viruses
Vaccine and Antivirals
7. Questions & Answers on Laboratory Diagnosis of Viral Infections, Nomenclature of Animal & Human Viruses
The section contains questions and answers on viral infections diagnosis, animal and human viruses classification and nomenclature.
|Classification and Nomenclature of Animal and Human Viruses||Diagnosis of Viral Infections|
8. Questions on Antiviral Drugs & Polioviruses
The section contains questions on antiviral drugs and polioviruses.
9. Questions & Answers on Coxsackieviruses, Echoviruses, Enteroviruses, Rhinovirus, Coronavirus, Influenza & Mumps
The section contains questions and answers on coxsackieviruses, echoviruses, enteroviruses, rhinovirus, coronavirus, influenza, parainfluenza and mumps viruses.
Coxsackieviruses, Echoviruses and Enteroviruses
Rhinovirus and Coronavirus
Influenza and Parainfluenza Viruses
10. Questions on Respiratory, Measles, Rubella Viruses, Chemotherapy of Viral Diseases and Epidemiology of Viral infections
The section contains questions on respiratory, measles, rubella viruses, viral diseases chemotherapy and epidemiology.
Respiratory, Measles and Rubella Viruses
Chemotherapy of Viral Diseases
11. Questions & Answers on Viruses of Humans
The section contains questions and answers on human viruses like parvoviridae, papovaviridae, herpesviridae, poxviridae, reoviridae, bunyaviridae, picornaviridae, togaviridae, flaviviridae, filoviridae, retroviridae, hepadnaviridae and papillomaviruses.
Parvoviridae and Papovaviridae
Herpesviridae and Poxviridae
Reoviridae and Bunyaviridae
Picornaviridae and Togaviridae
Flaviviridae and Filoviridae
Retroviridae and Hepadnaviridae
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