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How does virus replicate?

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2010-04-09 21:20:09
2010-04-09 21:20:09

that depends on the kind of virus.

biological ones replicate by infecting other healthy cells and forcing those cells to make copies of the virus

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A virus replicates its DNA in a cell when it infects the host


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Virus took out the control of the machinery of the host cell to replicate themselves when they infect a cell


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A virus replicates itself inside a cell. It uses the chemicals present in the cell as the raw material for its own reproduction.


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