In the cytoplasm right before the final processing.
In the nucleus with the final processing of the virion followed in the cytoplasm.
In the nucleus followed by the final processing in the nucleus
In the cytoplasm with the final processing in the nucleus.
Only in the nucleus without any subsequent maturation step.
Viral gene expression is divided into early and late stages. The early gene products activate the expression of the late genes.
The replication cycle contains only one step: All genes are expressed at the same time
Viral gene expression is coordinated regulated and sequentially ordered in a cascade fashion. There are three classes of mRNAs.
Viral gene expression is divided into four stages. Viral gene expression is coordinated regulated and sequentially ordered in a cascade fashion. There are three classes of mRNAs
Successful replication cycle of herpesviruses is depending on a helper virus with an early and late stage gene expression.
Attachment and entry
Viral gene expression in a cascade fashion
DNA-dependent RNA polymerase and reverse transcriptase activity
Expression of a fusion protein
Low salt concentration
Fatty acids in sebaceous secretions
Absence of enzymes
Maintain an alkaline environment
Maintain an acidic environment
Produce a productive mucus layer
Keep the menstrual cycle regular
Bacteria in the human colon
Tapeworm in the human intestine
Protozoa in termites
Protozoa in the rumen of cattle
Microbes in a sewage plant
The lower digestive tract
The lower respiratory tract
The upper digestive tract
The urinary system
After one year of age
By age five
During the first month
At age eighteen
Both A and B are correct
Both A and C are correct
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