How does a virus enter a cell?

The virus binds to the surface of the host cell, and then it penetrates completely (endocytosis) or introduces its nucleic acid into the cell using special mechanisms. For example, bacteriophages “sit” on the cell membrane of the host bacterium, and then “turn inside out”, releasing the nucleic acid inside the bacterium. Some viruses contain enzymes inside the capsid that dissolve the protective membranes of the host cell.

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