Penetration virus injects its genome into host cell viral genome replication viral genome replicates using the hosts cellular machinery assembly viral components and enzymes are produced and begin to assemble maturation viral components assemble and viruses fully develop release newly produced viruses are expelled from the host cell. Dna replication is bidirectional there are two replication forks per circular dna genome and replication involves leading lagging strands okazaki fragments dna ligase etc this process of dna replication is very similar to that which occurs in the host cell which is not surprising as the virus is using mainly host machinery except for . Replication of adenovirus genome ostrand displacement synthesis outilizes a protein primer oorigins at both ends oassembly of ptp into a preinitiation complex activates covalent linkage of dcmp to a s residue in ptp by viral dna pol osemiconservative dna replication from different replication forks 49. Replication of dna viruses the reoviridae virus family structure transmission and disease viral classification classification of viruses viral genome and replication scheme related
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