Viruses- Structure, Replication and Diagnosis

Viruses- Structure, Replication and Diagnosis

Structure of Virus LIPID ENVELOPE Usually formed from a lipid bilayer taken from their host, into which the virus inserts its own glycoproteins (enveloped virus). Not all viruses have envelopes (naked virus). Viruses without envelopes are less prone to damage by external factors, such as pH, than those with envelopes. The lipid envelope also determines how viruses enter their host …

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