- viral particle
- virus particle virion.
Medical dictionary. 2011.
Medical dictionary. 2011.
Viral entry — is the earliest stage of infection in the viral life cycle, as the virus comes into contact with the host cell and introduces viral material into the cell. The major steps involved in viral entry are shown belowcite journal|title=Herpes simplex… … Wikipedia
Viral shedding — refers to the successful reproduction, expulsion, and host cell infection caused by virus progeny. Once replication has been completed and the host cell is exhausted of all resources in making viral progeny, the viruses may begin to leave the… … Wikipedia
Viral processing — The main idea behind viral processing is to stop the viruses in a given sample from infecting the desired product. The two most widely used methods of viral processing are viral removal and viral inactivation . The former is a method in which all … Wikipedia
Viral life cycle — Viruses are similar to other living organisms, however there are differences. One of the ways a virus can be seen as living is that a virus needs to replicate and create progeny. However, unlike other organisms, a virus cannot live on its own. It … Wikipedia
Viral nonstructural protein — In virology, a nonstructural protein is a protein encoded by a virus but it is not part of the viral particle. See also NSP1 (rotavirus) NSP4 (rotavirus) NSP5 (rotavirus) NSP6 (virus) References ^ MeSH … Wikipedia
Viral hemorrhagic septicemia — (VHS) is a deadly infectious fish disease caused by the Viral hemorrhagic septicemia virus (VHSV, or VHSv). It afflicts over 50 species of freshwaterand marine fish in several parts of the northern hemisphere.… … Wikipedia
Dane particle — dān n a spherical particle found in the serum in hepatitis B that is the virion of the causative double stranded DNA virus Dane David Maurice Surrey (1923 1998) British pathologist. A group of British scientists, led by Dane, discovered the Dane… … Medical dictionary
Virus-like particle — Virus like particles (VLPs) consist of viral protein(s) derived from the structural proteins of a virus. In some cases these proteins are embedded within a lipid bilayer. These particles resemble the virus from which they were derived but lack… … Wikipedia
Defective interfering particle — Defective interfering particles (DIPs) are virus particles that are missing part or all of their genome. Because of these deletions in their genome, DIPs cannot sustain an infection by themselves. Instead, they depend on co infection with a… … Wikipedia
Herpes simplex virus — This article is about the virus. For information about the disease caused by the virus, see Herpes simplex. Herpes simplex virus TEM micrograph of a herpes simplex virus … Wikipedia