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Addiction | Alcohol | Drugs

Demystifying Medicine Podcast Measles Virus Edition

Mar 28, 2022, 16:00 PM by Yijinmide Buren, Tyler Gilman, Matthew Kwan, and Harikrishnaa Ba Ramaraju
This podcast features an interview with Dr. Caitlyn Mullarkey, a distinguished member of McMaster’s department of Biochemistry and Biomedical sciences, and dives into the pathogenesis, transmission and epidemiology of Measles virus.

Measles virus is one of the world’s most notorious pathogens. This podcast features an interview with Dr. Caitlyn Mullarkey, a distinguished member of McMaster’s department of Biochemistry and Biomedical sciences, and dives into the pathogenesis, transmission and epidemiology of Measles virus. The discussion touches on both intricate viral pathophysiology and broad global health implications.

To see the full uncut audio version of our podcast, please check out Demystifying Medicine on Soundcloud.

Glossary:

  • RNA - nucleic acid present in all living cells and many viruses; involved in protein synthesis and sometimes in the transmission of genetic information. Also called ribonucleic acid [1].
  • Negative single-stranded RNA virus - A type of virus with genomes that are single stranded, negative sense, and made from RNA [2].
  • Epithelium - Type of cell that lines the surface of the body (i.e., respiratory tract) [3]
  • Encephalitis - Inflammation of brain tissues caused by viral infection [4]

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Adolescents

Demystifying Medicine Podcast Measles Virus Edition

Mar 28, 2022, 16:00 PM by Yijinmide Buren, Tyler Gilman, Matthew Kwan, and Harikrishnaa Ba Ramaraju
This podcast features an interview with Dr. Caitlyn Mullarkey, a distinguished member of McMaster’s department of Biochemistry and Biomedical sciences, and dives into the pathogenesis, transmission and epidemiology of Measles virus.

Measles virus is one of the world’s most notorious pathogens. This podcast features an interview with Dr. Caitlyn Mullarkey, a distinguished member of McMaster’s department of Biochemistry and Biomedical sciences, and dives into the pathogenesis, transmission and epidemiology of Measles virus. The discussion touches on both intricate viral pathophysiology and broad global health implications.

To see the full uncut audio version of our podcast, please check out Demystifying Medicine on Soundcloud.

Glossary:

  • RNA - nucleic acid present in all living cells and many viruses; involved in protein synthesis and sometimes in the transmission of genetic information. Also called ribonucleic acid [1].
  • Negative single-stranded RNA virus - A type of virus with genomes that are single stranded, negative sense, and made from RNA [2].
  • Epithelium - Type of cell that lines the surface of the body (i.e., respiratory tract) [3]
  • Encephalitis - Inflammation of brain tissues caused by viral infection [4]

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Athletics | Exercise

Demystifying Medicine Podcast Measles Virus Edition

Mar 28, 2022, 16:00 PM by Yijinmide Buren, Tyler Gilman, Matthew Kwan, and Harikrishnaa Ba Ramaraju
This podcast features an interview with Dr. Caitlyn Mullarkey, a distinguished member of McMaster’s department of Biochemistry and Biomedical sciences, and dives into the pathogenesis, transmission and epidemiology of Measles virus.

Measles virus is one of the world’s most notorious pathogens. This podcast features an interview with Dr. Caitlyn Mullarkey, a distinguished member of McMaster’s department of Biochemistry and Biomedical sciences, and dives into the pathogenesis, transmission and epidemiology of Measles virus. The discussion touches on both intricate viral pathophysiology and broad global health implications.

To see the full uncut audio version of our podcast, please check out Demystifying Medicine on Soundcloud.

Glossary:

  • RNA - nucleic acid present in all living cells and many viruses; involved in protein synthesis and sometimes in the transmission of genetic information. Also called ribonucleic acid [1].
  • Negative single-stranded RNA virus - A type of virus with genomes that are single stranded, negative sense, and made from RNA [2].
  • Epithelium - Type of cell that lines the surface of the body (i.e., respiratory tract) [3]
  • Encephalitis - Inflammation of brain tissues caused by viral infection [4]

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Pregnancy

The process by which a female produces an offspring in their womb once the male and female zygotes have combined into a single embryo until birth.

Embryo

The offspring in the womb, from the moment 2 zygotes co-exist up until the 11th week of pregnancy, is medically referred to as "Embryo"

Fetus

The offspring in the womb, beginning on the 11th week of pregnancy, has graduated from "Embryo" to "Fetus"

Newborn

The offspring, now emerged from the womb and ending the female's pregnancy.

Demystifying Medicine Podcast Measles Virus Edition

Mar 28, 2022, 16:00 PM by Yijinmide Buren, Tyler Gilman, Matthew Kwan, and Harikrishnaa Ba Ramaraju
This podcast features an interview with Dr. Caitlyn Mullarkey, a distinguished member of McMaster’s department of Biochemistry and Biomedical sciences, and dives into the pathogenesis, transmission and epidemiology of Measles virus.

Measles virus is one of the world’s most notorious pathogens. This podcast features an interview with Dr. Caitlyn Mullarkey, a distinguished member of McMaster’s department of Biochemistry and Biomedical sciences, and dives into the pathogenesis, transmission and epidemiology of Measles virus. The discussion touches on both intricate viral pathophysiology and broad global health implications.

To see the full uncut audio version of our podcast, please check out Demystifying Medicine on Soundcloud.

Glossary:

  • RNA - nucleic acid present in all living cells and many viruses; involved in protein synthesis and sometimes in the transmission of genetic information. Also called ribonucleic acid [1].
  • Negative single-stranded RNA virus - A type of virus with genomes that are single stranded, negative sense, and made from RNA [2].
  • Epithelium - Type of cell that lines the surface of the body (i.e., respiratory tract) [3]
  • Encephalitis - Inflammation of brain tissues caused by viral infection [4]

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Cancer

Demystifying Medicine Podcast Measles Virus Edition

Mar 28, 2022, 16:00 PM by Yijinmide Buren, Tyler Gilman, Matthew Kwan, and Harikrishnaa Ba Ramaraju
This podcast features an interview with Dr. Caitlyn Mullarkey, a distinguished member of McMaster’s department of Biochemistry and Biomedical sciences, and dives into the pathogenesis, transmission and epidemiology of Measles virus.

Measles virus is one of the world’s most notorious pathogens. This podcast features an interview with Dr. Caitlyn Mullarkey, a distinguished member of McMaster’s department of Biochemistry and Biomedical sciences, and dives into the pathogenesis, transmission and epidemiology of Measles virus. The discussion touches on both intricate viral pathophysiology and broad global health implications.

To see the full uncut audio version of our podcast, please check out Demystifying Medicine on Soundcloud.

Glossary:

  • RNA - nucleic acid present in all living cells and many viruses; involved in protein synthesis and sometimes in the transmission of genetic information. Also called ribonucleic acid [1].
  • Negative single-stranded RNA virus - A type of virus with genomes that are single stranded, negative sense, and made from RNA [2].
  • Epithelium - Type of cell that lines the surface of the body (i.e., respiratory tract) [3]
  • Encephalitis - Inflammation of brain tissues caused by viral infection [4]

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Children

Demystifying Medicine Podcast Measles Virus Edition

Mar 28, 2022, 16:00 PM by Yijinmide Buren, Tyler Gilman, Matthew Kwan, and Harikrishnaa Ba Ramaraju
This podcast features an interview with Dr. Caitlyn Mullarkey, a distinguished member of McMaster’s department of Biochemistry and Biomedical sciences, and dives into the pathogenesis, transmission and epidemiology of Measles virus.

Measles virus is one of the world’s most notorious pathogens. This podcast features an interview with Dr. Caitlyn Mullarkey, a distinguished member of McMaster’s department of Biochemistry and Biomedical sciences, and dives into the pathogenesis, transmission and epidemiology of Measles virus. The discussion touches on both intricate viral pathophysiology and broad global health implications.

To see the full uncut audio version of our podcast, please check out Demystifying Medicine on Soundcloud.

Glossary:

  • RNA - nucleic acid present in all living cells and many viruses; involved in protein synthesis and sometimes in the transmission of genetic information. Also called ribonucleic acid [1].
  • Negative single-stranded RNA virus - A type of virus with genomes that are single stranded, negative sense, and made from RNA [2].
  • Epithelium - Type of cell that lines the surface of the body (i.e., respiratory tract) [3]
  • Encephalitis - Inflammation of brain tissues caused by viral infection [4]

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COVID-19

Demystifying Medicine Podcast Measles Virus Edition

Mar 28, 2022, 16:00 PM by Yijinmide Buren, Tyler Gilman, Matthew Kwan, and Harikrishnaa Ba Ramaraju
This podcast features an interview with Dr. Caitlyn Mullarkey, a distinguished member of McMaster’s department of Biochemistry and Biomedical sciences, and dives into the pathogenesis, transmission and epidemiology of Measles virus.

Measles virus is one of the world’s most notorious pathogens. This podcast features an interview with Dr. Caitlyn Mullarkey, a distinguished member of McMaster’s department of Biochemistry and Biomedical sciences, and dives into the pathogenesis, transmission and epidemiology of Measles virus. The discussion touches on both intricate viral pathophysiology and broad global health implications.

To see the full uncut audio version of our podcast, please check out Demystifying Medicine on Soundcloud.

Glossary:

  • RNA - nucleic acid present in all living cells and many viruses; involved in protein synthesis and sometimes in the transmission of genetic information. Also called ribonucleic acid [1].
  • Negative single-stranded RNA virus - A type of virus with genomes that are single stranded, negative sense, and made from RNA [2].
  • Epithelium - Type of cell that lines the surface of the body (i.e., respiratory tract) [3]
  • Encephalitis - Inflammation of brain tissues caused by viral infection [4]

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Disease

An abnormality caused due to pathophysiological response to external or internal factors.

Disorder

A disruption in normal functioning of mind or body due to a disease, genetic factor or trauma.

Syndrome

A set or collection of various identifying signs and symptoms that characterizes a certain disease or disorder.

Condition

An abnormal state of physical or mental health that interferes with usual activities or the feeling of well-being.

Demystifying Medicine Podcast Measles Virus Edition

Mar 28, 2022, 16:00 PM by Yijinmide Buren, Tyler Gilman, Matthew Kwan, and Harikrishnaa Ba Ramaraju
This podcast features an interview with Dr. Caitlyn Mullarkey, a distinguished member of McMaster’s department of Biochemistry and Biomedical sciences, and dives into the pathogenesis, transmission and epidemiology of Measles virus.

Measles virus is one of the world’s most notorious pathogens. This podcast features an interview with Dr. Caitlyn Mullarkey, a distinguished member of McMaster’s department of Biochemistry and Biomedical sciences, and dives into the pathogenesis, transmission and epidemiology of Measles virus. The discussion touches on both intricate viral pathophysiology and broad global health implications.

To see the full uncut audio version of our podcast, please check out Demystifying Medicine on Soundcloud.

Glossary:

  • RNA - nucleic acid present in all living cells and many viruses; involved in protein synthesis and sometimes in the transmission of genetic information. Also called ribonucleic acid [1].
  • Negative single-stranded RNA virus - A type of virus with genomes that are single stranded, negative sense, and made from RNA [2].
  • Epithelium - Type of cell that lines the surface of the body (i.e., respiratory tract) [3]
  • Encephalitis - Inflammation of brain tissues caused by viral infection [4]

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Food | Obesity

Demystifying Medicine Podcast Measles Virus Edition

Mar 28, 2022, 16:00 PM by Yijinmide Buren, Tyler Gilman, Matthew Kwan, and Harikrishnaa Ba Ramaraju
This podcast features an interview with Dr. Caitlyn Mullarkey, a distinguished member of McMaster’s department of Biochemistry and Biomedical sciences, and dives into the pathogenesis, transmission and epidemiology of Measles virus.

Measles virus is one of the world’s most notorious pathogens. This podcast features an interview with Dr. Caitlyn Mullarkey, a distinguished member of McMaster’s department of Biochemistry and Biomedical sciences, and dives into the pathogenesis, transmission and epidemiology of Measles virus. The discussion touches on both intricate viral pathophysiology and broad global health implications.

To see the full uncut audio version of our podcast, please check out Demystifying Medicine on Soundcloud.

Glossary:

  • RNA - nucleic acid present in all living cells and many viruses; involved in protein synthesis and sometimes in the transmission of genetic information. Also called ribonucleic acid [1].
  • Negative single-stranded RNA virus - A type of virus with genomes that are single stranded, negative sense, and made from RNA [2].
  • Epithelium - Type of cell that lines the surface of the body (i.e., respiratory tract) [3]
  • Encephalitis - Inflammation of brain tissues caused by viral infection [4]

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Girls ♀ Women

Demystifying Medicine Podcast Measles Virus Edition

Mar 28, 2022, 16:00 PM by Yijinmide Buren, Tyler Gilman, Matthew Kwan, and Harikrishnaa Ba Ramaraju
This podcast features an interview with Dr. Caitlyn Mullarkey, a distinguished member of McMaster’s department of Biochemistry and Biomedical sciences, and dives into the pathogenesis, transmission and epidemiology of Measles virus.

Measles virus is one of the world’s most notorious pathogens. This podcast features an interview with Dr. Caitlyn Mullarkey, a distinguished member of McMaster’s department of Biochemistry and Biomedical sciences, and dives into the pathogenesis, transmission and epidemiology of Measles virus. The discussion touches on both intricate viral pathophysiology and broad global health implications.

To see the full uncut audio version of our podcast, please check out Demystifying Medicine on Soundcloud.

Glossary:

  • RNA - nucleic acid present in all living cells and many viruses; involved in protein synthesis and sometimes in the transmission of genetic information. Also called ribonucleic acid [1].
  • Negative single-stranded RNA virus - A type of virus with genomes that are single stranded, negative sense, and made from RNA [2].
  • Epithelium - Type of cell that lines the surface of the body (i.e., respiratory tract) [3]
  • Encephalitis - Inflammation of brain tissues caused by viral infection [4]

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Infections | Immune System

Demystifying Medicine Podcast Measles Virus Edition

Mar 28, 2022, 16:00 PM by Yijinmide Buren, Tyler Gilman, Matthew Kwan, and Harikrishnaa Ba Ramaraju
This podcast features an interview with Dr. Caitlyn Mullarkey, a distinguished member of McMaster’s department of Biochemistry and Biomedical sciences, and dives into the pathogenesis, transmission and epidemiology of Measles virus.

Measles virus is one of the world’s most notorious pathogens. This podcast features an interview with Dr. Caitlyn Mullarkey, a distinguished member of McMaster’s department of Biochemistry and Biomedical sciences, and dives into the pathogenesis, transmission and epidemiology of Measles virus. The discussion touches on both intricate viral pathophysiology and broad global health implications.

To see the full uncut audio version of our podcast, please check out Demystifying Medicine on Soundcloud.

Glossary:

  • RNA - nucleic acid present in all living cells and many viruses; involved in protein synthesis and sometimes in the transmission of genetic information. Also called ribonucleic acid [1].
  • Negative single-stranded RNA virus - A type of virus with genomes that are single stranded, negative sense, and made from RNA [2].
  • Epithelium - Type of cell that lines the surface of the body (i.e., respiratory tract) [3]
  • Encephalitis - Inflammation of brain tissues caused by viral infection [4]

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Injury | Pain | Violence

Demystifying Medicine Podcast Measles Virus Edition

Mar 28, 2022, 16:00 PM by Yijinmide Buren, Tyler Gilman, Matthew Kwan, and Harikrishnaa Ba Ramaraju
This podcast features an interview with Dr. Caitlyn Mullarkey, a distinguished member of McMaster’s department of Biochemistry and Biomedical sciences, and dives into the pathogenesis, transmission and epidemiology of Measles virus.

Measles virus is one of the world’s most notorious pathogens. This podcast features an interview with Dr. Caitlyn Mullarkey, a distinguished member of McMaster’s department of Biochemistry and Biomedical sciences, and dives into the pathogenesis, transmission and epidemiology of Measles virus. The discussion touches on both intricate viral pathophysiology and broad global health implications.

To see the full uncut audio version of our podcast, please check out Demystifying Medicine on Soundcloud.

Glossary:

  • RNA - nucleic acid present in all living cells and many viruses; involved in protein synthesis and sometimes in the transmission of genetic information. Also called ribonucleic acid [1].
  • Negative single-stranded RNA virus - A type of virus with genomes that are single stranded, negative sense, and made from RNA [2].
  • Epithelium - Type of cell that lines the surface of the body (i.e., respiratory tract) [3]
  • Encephalitis - Inflammation of brain tissues caused by viral infection [4]

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Medication | Treatment | Therapy | Surgery

Demystifying Medicine Podcast Measles Virus Edition

Mar 28, 2022, 16:00 PM by Yijinmide Buren, Tyler Gilman, Matthew Kwan, and Harikrishnaa Ba Ramaraju
This podcast features an interview with Dr. Caitlyn Mullarkey, a distinguished member of McMaster’s department of Biochemistry and Biomedical sciences, and dives into the pathogenesis, transmission and epidemiology of Measles virus.

Measles virus is one of the world’s most notorious pathogens. This podcast features an interview with Dr. Caitlyn Mullarkey, a distinguished member of McMaster’s department of Biochemistry and Biomedical sciences, and dives into the pathogenesis, transmission and epidemiology of Measles virus. The discussion touches on both intricate viral pathophysiology and broad global health implications.

To see the full uncut audio version of our podcast, please check out Demystifying Medicine on Soundcloud.

Glossary:

  • RNA - nucleic acid present in all living cells and many viruses; involved in protein synthesis and sometimes in the transmission of genetic information. Also called ribonucleic acid [1].
  • Negative single-stranded RNA virus - A type of virus with genomes that are single stranded, negative sense, and made from RNA [2].
  • Epithelium - Type of cell that lines the surface of the body (i.e., respiratory tract) [3]
  • Encephalitis - Inflammation of brain tissues caused by viral infection [4]

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Mental Health | Wellbeing | Stress | Sleep

Demystifying Medicine Podcast Measles Virus Edition

Mar 28, 2022, 16:00 PM by Yijinmide Buren, Tyler Gilman, Matthew Kwan, and Harikrishnaa Ba Ramaraju
This podcast features an interview with Dr. Caitlyn Mullarkey, a distinguished member of McMaster’s department of Biochemistry and Biomedical sciences, and dives into the pathogenesis, transmission and epidemiology of Measles virus.

Measles virus is one of the world’s most notorious pathogens. This podcast features an interview with Dr. Caitlyn Mullarkey, a distinguished member of McMaster’s department of Biochemistry and Biomedical sciences, and dives into the pathogenesis, transmission and epidemiology of Measles virus. The discussion touches on both intricate viral pathophysiology and broad global health implications.

To see the full uncut audio version of our podcast, please check out Demystifying Medicine on Soundcloud.

Glossary:

  • RNA - nucleic acid present in all living cells and many viruses; involved in protein synthesis and sometimes in the transmission of genetic information. Also called ribonucleic acid [1].
  • Negative single-stranded RNA virus - A type of virus with genomes that are single stranded, negative sense, and made from RNA [2].
  • Epithelium - Type of cell that lines the surface of the body (i.e., respiratory tract) [3]
  • Encephalitis - Inflammation of brain tissues caused by viral infection [4]

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Myths | Fake News | Science Mistrust

Demystifying Medicine Podcast Measles Virus Edition

Mar 28, 2022, 16:00 PM by Yijinmide Buren, Tyler Gilman, Matthew Kwan, and Harikrishnaa Ba Ramaraju
This podcast features an interview with Dr. Caitlyn Mullarkey, a distinguished member of McMaster’s department of Biochemistry and Biomedical sciences, and dives into the pathogenesis, transmission and epidemiology of Measles virus.

Measles virus is one of the world’s most notorious pathogens. This podcast features an interview with Dr. Caitlyn Mullarkey, a distinguished member of McMaster’s department of Biochemistry and Biomedical sciences, and dives into the pathogenesis, transmission and epidemiology of Measles virus. The discussion touches on both intricate viral pathophysiology and broad global health implications.

To see the full uncut audio version of our podcast, please check out Demystifying Medicine on Soundcloud.

Glossary:

  • RNA - nucleic acid present in all living cells and many viruses; involved in protein synthesis and sometimes in the transmission of genetic information. Also called ribonucleic acid [1].
  • Negative single-stranded RNA virus - A type of virus with genomes that are single stranded, negative sense, and made from RNA [2].
  • Epithelium - Type of cell that lines the surface of the body (i.e., respiratory tract) [3]
  • Encephalitis - Inflammation of brain tissues caused by viral infection [4]

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Physical Health | Human Body | Sex

Demystifying Medicine Podcast Measles Virus Edition

Mar 28, 2022, 16:00 PM by Yijinmide Buren, Tyler Gilman, Matthew Kwan, and Harikrishnaa Ba Ramaraju
This podcast features an interview with Dr. Caitlyn Mullarkey, a distinguished member of McMaster’s department of Biochemistry and Biomedical sciences, and dives into the pathogenesis, transmission and epidemiology of Measles virus.

Measles virus is one of the world’s most notorious pathogens. This podcast features an interview with Dr. Caitlyn Mullarkey, a distinguished member of McMaster’s department of Biochemistry and Biomedical sciences, and dives into the pathogenesis, transmission and epidemiology of Measles virus. The discussion touches on both intricate viral pathophysiology and broad global health implications.

To see the full uncut audio version of our podcast, please check out Demystifying Medicine on Soundcloud.

Glossary:

  • RNA - nucleic acid present in all living cells and many viruses; involved in protein synthesis and sometimes in the transmission of genetic information. Also called ribonucleic acid [1].
  • Negative single-stranded RNA virus - A type of virus with genomes that are single stranded, negative sense, and made from RNA [2].
  • Epithelium - Type of cell that lines the surface of the body (i.e., respiratory tract) [3]
  • Encephalitis - Inflammation of brain tissues caused by viral infection [4]

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Products | Supplements

Demystifying Medicine Podcast Measles Virus Edition

Mar 28, 2022, 16:00 PM by Yijinmide Buren, Tyler Gilman, Matthew Kwan, and Harikrishnaa Ba Ramaraju
This podcast features an interview with Dr. Caitlyn Mullarkey, a distinguished member of McMaster’s department of Biochemistry and Biomedical sciences, and dives into the pathogenesis, transmission and epidemiology of Measles virus.

Measles virus is one of the world’s most notorious pathogens. This podcast features an interview with Dr. Caitlyn Mullarkey, a distinguished member of McMaster’s department of Biochemistry and Biomedical sciences, and dives into the pathogenesis, transmission and epidemiology of Measles virus. The discussion touches on both intricate viral pathophysiology and broad global health implications.

To see the full uncut audio version of our podcast, please check out Demystifying Medicine on Soundcloud.

Glossary:

  • RNA - nucleic acid present in all living cells and many viruses; involved in protein synthesis and sometimes in the transmission of genetic information. Also called ribonucleic acid [1].
  • Negative single-stranded RNA virus - A type of virus with genomes that are single stranded, negative sense, and made from RNA [2].
  • Epithelium - Type of cell that lines the surface of the body (i.e., respiratory tract) [3]
  • Encephalitis - Inflammation of brain tissues caused by viral infection [4]

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Racism | Inequality

Demystifying Medicine Podcast Measles Virus Edition

Mar 28, 2022, 16:00 PM by Yijinmide Buren, Tyler Gilman, Matthew Kwan, and Harikrishnaa Ba Ramaraju
This podcast features an interview with Dr. Caitlyn Mullarkey, a distinguished member of McMaster’s department of Biochemistry and Biomedical sciences, and dives into the pathogenesis, transmission and epidemiology of Measles virus.

Measles virus is one of the world’s most notorious pathogens. This podcast features an interview with Dr. Caitlyn Mullarkey, a distinguished member of McMaster’s department of Biochemistry and Biomedical sciences, and dives into the pathogenesis, transmission and epidemiology of Measles virus. The discussion touches on both intricate viral pathophysiology and broad global health implications.

To see the full uncut audio version of our podcast, please check out Demystifying Medicine on Soundcloud.

Glossary:

  • RNA - nucleic acid present in all living cells and many viruses; involved in protein synthesis and sometimes in the transmission of genetic information. Also called ribonucleic acid [1].
  • Negative single-stranded RNA virus - A type of virus with genomes that are single stranded, negative sense, and made from RNA [2].
  • Epithelium - Type of cell that lines the surface of the body (i.e., respiratory tract) [3]
  • Encephalitis - Inflammation of brain tissues caused by viral infection [4]

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Science

Demystifying Medicine Podcast Measles Virus Edition

Mar 28, 2022, 16:00 PM by Yijinmide Buren, Tyler Gilman, Matthew Kwan, and Harikrishnaa Ba Ramaraju
This podcast features an interview with Dr. Caitlyn Mullarkey, a distinguished member of McMaster’s department of Biochemistry and Biomedical sciences, and dives into the pathogenesis, transmission and epidemiology of Measles virus.

Measles virus is one of the world’s most notorious pathogens. This podcast features an interview with Dr. Caitlyn Mullarkey, a distinguished member of McMaster’s department of Biochemistry and Biomedical sciences, and dives into the pathogenesis, transmission and epidemiology of Measles virus. The discussion touches on both intricate viral pathophysiology and broad global health implications.

To see the full uncut audio version of our podcast, please check out Demystifying Medicine on Soundcloud.

Glossary:

  • RNA - nucleic acid present in all living cells and many viruses; involved in protein synthesis and sometimes in the transmission of genetic information. Also called ribonucleic acid [1].
  • Negative single-stranded RNA virus - A type of virus with genomes that are single stranded, negative sense, and made from RNA [2].
  • Epithelium - Type of cell that lines the surface of the body (i.e., respiratory tract) [3]
  • Encephalitis - Inflammation of brain tissues caused by viral infection [4]

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Technology

Demystifying Medicine Podcast Measles Virus Edition

Mar 28, 2022, 16:00 PM by Yijinmide Buren, Tyler Gilman, Matthew Kwan, and Harikrishnaa Ba Ramaraju
This podcast features an interview with Dr. Caitlyn Mullarkey, a distinguished member of McMaster’s department of Biochemistry and Biomedical sciences, and dives into the pathogenesis, transmission and epidemiology of Measles virus.

Measles virus is one of the world’s most notorious pathogens. This podcast features an interview with Dr. Caitlyn Mullarkey, a distinguished member of McMaster’s department of Biochemistry and Biomedical sciences, and dives into the pathogenesis, transmission and epidemiology of Measles virus. The discussion touches on both intricate viral pathophysiology and broad global health implications.

To see the full uncut audio version of our podcast, please check out Demystifying Medicine on Soundcloud.

Glossary:

  • RNA - nucleic acid present in all living cells and many viruses; involved in protein synthesis and sometimes in the transmission of genetic information. Also called ribonucleic acid [1].
  • Negative single-stranded RNA virus - A type of virus with genomes that are single stranded, negative sense, and made from RNA [2].
  • Epithelium - Type of cell that lines the surface of the body (i.e., respiratory tract) [3]
  • Encephalitis - Inflammation of brain tissues caused by viral infection [4]

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Demystifying Medicine Podcast Measles Virus Edition

Mar 28, 2022, 16:00 PM by Yijinmide Buren, Tyler Gilman, Matthew Kwan, and Harikrishnaa Ba Ramaraju
This podcast features an interview with Dr. Caitlyn Mullarkey, a distinguished member of McMaster’s department of Biochemistry and Biomedical sciences, and dives into the pathogenesis, transmission and epidemiology of Measles virus.

Measles virus is one of the world’s most notorious pathogens. This podcast features an interview with Dr. Caitlyn Mullarkey, a distinguished member of McMaster’s department of Biochemistry and Biomedical sciences, and dives into the pathogenesis, transmission and epidemiology of Measles virus. The discussion touches on both intricate viral pathophysiology and broad global health implications.

To see the full uncut audio version of our podcast, please check out Demystifying Medicine on Soundcloud.

Glossary:

  • RNA - nucleic acid present in all living cells and many viruses; involved in protein synthesis and sometimes in the transmission of genetic information. Also called ribonucleic acid [1].
  • Negative single-stranded RNA virus - A type of virus with genomes that are single stranded, negative sense, and made from RNA [2].
  • Epithelium - Type of cell that lines the surface of the body (i.e., respiratory tract) [3]
  • Encephalitis - Inflammation of brain tissues caused by viral infection [4]

Subscribe to the McMaster Demystifying Medicine YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/Demystifyin...

This video is provided for general and educational information only. Please consult your health care provider for Information about your health.

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