What is the special mechanism for the penetration of bacteriophages into the cell?

The bacteriophage is fixed on the surface of the bacterium using special “legs” and introduces a hollow rod into the cytoplasm, through which it pushes its DNA or RNA into the cell. Capsid remains outside.

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