Viruses are simple biological particles, consisting of a genome, a protein capsid and, in the case of enveloped viruses, an external lipidic envelope. Owing to the presence of envelope, most enveloped viruses are fragile although some exceptions may be observed. Viruses behave as complete intracellular parasites. Their multiplication results from the… (More)
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