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How does mono get contracted?

How does mono get contracted?

The virus that causes mono (Epstein-Barr virus) is spread through saliva. You can get it through kissing, but you can also be exposed by sharing a glass or food utensils with someone who has mono.

How does mono infect cells?

EBV invades B lymphocytes by means of their CD21 receptors; within 18–24 hours, EBV antigens are detectable within the lymphocyte nucleus. The signs and symptoms of infectious mononucleosis are the result of viral replication and the host immune response to viral antigens.

Did I get mono from my boyfriend?

The virus lives in the spit of someone who has mono. So you can catch it from kissing them, or sharing cups, spoons, and other items. Mono doesn’t spread as easily as the common cold, but you could get it through a cough or sneeze if you’re nearby. Other bodily fluids, like blood and semen, may also pass it on.

Can dogs get mono?

So technically, dogs can not get mono. A dog with EBV may still get sick, although this is rare, and the symptoms are not unlike those caused by mononucleosis. Recently there have been studies showing that EBV in dogs may be behind several types of cancers and other diseases.

Do you have mono forever?

If you get mono, the virus stays in your body for life. That doesn’t mean that you’re always contagious . But the virus can surface from time to time and risk infecting someone else.

How is mononucleosis transmitted from person to person?

Infectious mononucleosis (mono) is often called the kissing disease. The virus that causes mono is transmitted through saliva, so you can get it through kissing, but you can also be exposed through a cough or sneeze, or by sharing a glass or food utensils with someone who has mono.

How does mono work in a.NET program?

Mono is an open-source implementation of Microsofts.NET CLR (Common Language Runtime). This is what runs part of.NET programs which are not in native code but in CIL (Common Intermediate Language), a language and machine-neutral intermediate language. The Runtime takes that intermediate code and translates it into machine code.

Where does the launcher header go in mono?

The header is just a description. It may point to the entry point within the EXE or DLL but this is either executable by the host environment or not. The actual “launcher” is external to the executable and is either Windows native or part of the CLR (for .NET and Mono).

How to integrate mono with a third party?

Integrate the Mono object system with third-party object systems. Since the Mono framework is a fairly powerful framework there are almost no limitations on the different kind of applications that you can create with the above setup. Check the reference guide for details on the API.