Day: September 9, 2021
What Is An Envelope Virus?
A virus is a tiny submicroscopic viral agent that replicates within an organism’s living cells. Viruses affect all sorts of living organisms, from plants and animals to microorganisms, such as bacteria and archaebacteria. While most viruses are proteins, some are glycosylated; viruses without glycosylation cause enveloped viruses or enveloped bacterium. Most viruses belong to the class of enveloped viruses. The names of many viruses can be confusing; for instance, the envelope virus that causes acquired immunodeficiency syndrome is called retroviruses. The envelope virus is part of the herpes virus family. […]