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A Virus is an Obligate Intracellular Parasite of the Nucleic Acid

International Journal of Cardiovascular ResearchISSN: 2324-8602

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A Virus is an Obligate Intracellular Parasite of the Nucleic Acid

An endemic is an obligate intracellular parasite, which means that it could only live on inside a bunch cell and depends on it for replication and metabolic approaches, protein synthesis. Viruses can be labeled based totally on their genome or other structural components, which includes the capsid, the envelope, and the viral receptor proteins spikes. The viral replication cycle takes place in the host mobile and entails attachment to and penetration of the host cell, unseating of the nucleic acid, replication of the nucleic acid, synthesis of virus proteins, meeting of the additives, and launch of new viruses through budding or cellular. The method of nucleic acid replication differs between DNA and RNA viruses.

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