Virus propagation is the process of generating a new virus generation similar to the original one. It proceeds multivariantly in living metabolically active cells of animals, plants, bacteria that are the owners of this type of virus.
In general terms, it consists of: 1) attachment of the virion to the receptors of the host membranes; 2) the penetration of the virion or viral genome into the host cell; 3) liberation of the genome from the shells; 4) inhibition of the activity of the host genome; 5) multiple replication of the viral genome; 6) operating time of the pool of structural proteins of the virus; 7) assembly of virions; 8) the exit of daughter virions from the host cell.
In acute productive infection, the host cell dies when the virions exit, in chronic, it can live and even perform its inherent functions for a more or less long time (depending on the multiple infection).
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