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Experimentally induced viral infections. Thus far, only infection by intact viral
particles has been considered. Under certain conditions, however, it is possible
to initiate infection experimentally with only the nucleic acid portion of the virus; ...
Effects of viral infection. Susceptible cells can respond in four general ways to
viral infection: inapparent effect, in which the virus becomes an endosymbiont (
lives dormancy in the host cell); cytopathic effect, in which the cell dies;
and those that produce changes that do not manifest themselves until many
years after the initial infection. The attenuated strains of virus, such as those used
in vaccines, usually result in apparent infections. If the host has some level of ...
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