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Either by exocytosis (they are packaged by the endoplasmic reticulum and sent out through the membrane) or by lysis (the cell wall breaks open)
In exocytosis is cell damaged in anyway? Can it continue making copies of itself or does it keep on making copies of the virus? In lysis, what causes necrosis or apoptosis?
The cell membrane should remain intact with exocytosis, so it should be able to continue making virus.
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Until the host runs out of resources, right? What happens then?
I suppose it dies then.
Hmm. Wonder how. Anyway, you've helped. Thanks.
well every virus has their speciality but mostly they goes along to blood cell or like that region where cell divides they attaches them to these cell and get multiply and take nutrution with in the cell due to which cells satrt dieng and they get feed until they dont find any other host
beause as u know virus can live in anaerobic and aerobic both conditions. it depends the environment