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Rarely, two viruses infect a cell at a time. this is a
Unusual events occur, such as once the transition cycle was conducted
There is usually not enough time for additional infection. In addition, the initial protein prevents further infection in some people.
However, the cases are of the presence of two different viral genes.
Provides opportunity for genetic recombination by crossing the same host cell
eukaryotes). This allows the phenomenon to be genetically differentiated.
Homologous viruses can mutate genes and cause new disorders.
Lysogenic cycle. Page transition is not always present
As a result of host cell degeneration. Some pages seem to have disappeared from the bacterial culture, leaving the bacterial immune system.
To attack more on the same strain of page. However, in such cultures, there will always be some free pages.
Non-lytic papillomavirus bacteria are called lysogenic bacteria and viruses are called mild viruses.
Lysogenic bacteria contain a harmless substance
Diffusion: A molecule of pagan DNA is attached
on the bacterial chromosome.
Bacteria propagated within genes may become dormant
by multiple cell divisions. However, sometimes lycogenic bacteria can be induced to activate its prophylaxis. This
Activation results in a lytic cycle, in which Propecia
multiplying host chromosome.
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