nc1992negative stranded can't be read by a translator so it needs to be transcribed into + first. Only then can it be used for protein. + is basically mRNA already.
There's only one double stranded RNA family as far as I know- Reovirus so no encephalitis+42019-06-04T19:42:46Z
FA 2019 pg.168 on neg sense RNA virus: must transcribe - strand to +.Virion brings its own RNA-dependent RNA polymerase.
hyoidThe only thing I can think of is that HIV is a (+)-sense single-stranded RNA virus that relies on an RNA dependent DNA polymerase (reverse transcriptase) to synthesize DNA.+2019-05-28T03:44:46Z
haliburtonaccording to [medbullets link](https://step1.medbullets.com/step1-microbiology/104196/rna-viruses_) ns ss RNA must carry RNA dependent RNA polymerase (so that is out).
also, according to medbullets there are very few ds RNA viruses, so "most likely" will be ss. Also, RNA-dependent DNA polymerase = Reverse Transcriptase. Since HIV is a ss ps RNA virus with RT, they've described an HIV cousin. not sure beyond this.+2019-05-30T03:43:49Z
some0217710Can’t think of any retroviruses outside of HIV and HTLV and they’re both +ssRNA+12019-06-20T02:42:24Z
yotsubato"New" means made up fantasyland virus+42019-06-14T12:31:07Z
yotsubatoAlso Hep B is a ssDNA virus that goes to RNA, then is reverse transcribed to dsDNA +2019-06-14T12:32:18Z