How do viruses multiply?

The virus invades the host cell. In it, viral DNA or RNA interacts with the genetic apparatus of the cell. After some time, the cell begins to produce specific proteins encoded in viral NK. The latter is also replicated, and the assembly of new viral particles begins in the cytoplasm. New viral particles begin to come out of the cell, while the cell may die immediately or live long, depending on the characteristics of the virus replication mechanism.

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