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Viral genomes can be composed of either RNA or DNA | SciTechnol

Journal of Clinical Genomics.

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Editorial, J Clin Genom Vol: 3 Issue: 2

Viral genomes can be composed of either RNA or DNA

Abstract

Viral genomes may be composed of either RNA or DNA. The genomes of RNA viruses can be either single-stranded RNA or double-stranded RNA, and might contain one or greater separate RNA molecules (segments: monopartit or multipartit genome). DNA viruses can have either unmarried-stranded or double-stranded genomes. Maximum DNA virus genomes are composed of a unmarried, linear molecule of DNA, but some are made up of a round DNA molecule. There also are viral RNA called unmarried stranded RNA: serves as template for mRNA synthesis single stranded RNA: serves as template for DNA synthesis. Viral envelope[20] is a outer layer of membrane that viral genomes use to enter the host cell. a number of the classes of viral DNA and RNA consists of a viral envelope even as a few do now not

Keywords: Viral genomes

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